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I believe you can be comfortable and still grow, and I believe it's the best way to change.

I believe you can help to create a more peaceful world; you just have to set your mind on it.

I believe there is great good in a life filled with color, flavor, texture, and music.

I believe that most of our modern life is the result of imagination, not accident.

I believe that if you live your life by your own lights, you'll see everything coming together for you.

I believe that it's possible to arrange your life so that it flows smoothly, most of the time, and I believe that it's worth the effort.

I believe the best music is the sound of nature, matched by the harmony of your own thoughts.

I believe that being in sync with nature, the universe, and our own minds is more important than being popular.

I believe creativity is our chance to leave our mark on the universe, in many ways that we'll never know.

I believe that success and progress can be second nature, if you can be patient and kind in nurturing them.

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