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Life isn’t about how hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward

We’ve come to expect easy, but that’s just a testament to how weak we’ve become.

How prepared we are to throw in the towel at the first signs of difficulty.

Resilience isn’t about standing around and taking punishment

It’s about having the willingness to keep coming back, despite of it

A testament to your character and what you’re about.

So you have a choice

You can be the one that gives up on Life, or

You can be the one that accepts the burden that often comes with it.

Knowing that it’s worth every bit of blood, sweat and tears.

Life is a marathon, not a sprint, endurance is key – 

so endure.

And if you’ve been feeling a little defeated lately, suck it up.

You’ve got more left in the tank, 

it’s not over yet,

You’ve still got one more round.

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