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source url Now whose faults were these? The fault is definitely not the victims’! The blame has to be taken by the society. No one has the right to judge someone else, no matter what they may have been though in their past. No one has the right to tarnish a person’s name, event if it is your own son or daughter, brother or sister. If someone is doing it, it’s simply what the society has taught them.
agencia de citas lima Do you now admit that the world is waiting to feast on you? The question is, how can we avoid it? The main way is by having your private life private. Yes you can share what you want with the world, but don’t share everything. Especially any problems you face with family, career or relationships. By this way you can keep the people you care about with you. Do not try to increase the number of friends you have, but try not to lose the true friends you have for the fake ones running behind society. If the society comes behind you, be fearless, challenge it! You will definitely win! The world may try to eat you, be ready to eat the world!