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January 21, 2011


Stephen Potter

Reinventing yourself can be a wonderful thing, lead on to other things more vital and realistic than ever imagined. Never give up, never surrender, because if you do there will be nowhere else to go, and from there it's all down hill. Reinventing yourself can be a new start, but remember, deep, deep down, it's still you there, an intimate, inescapable presence...and reinventing yourself had better not be just a way of hiding away from something you never cared to face about yourself...

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