„I believe there is little you cannot do once you set your mind to it.“

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„When was the last time you set your mind to wandering beyond today to imagine a brighter tomorrow? Let your mind go, dream a little, and you might just discover that anything is possible.“

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„You cannot be a prisoner of your past against your will. Because you can only live in the past inside your mind.“

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