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... and hm's. I won't say I'm terrible about making decisions but when I have less time to make them I'm better at them. When I have more time to think about what I want I go back and fourth in my head coming up with all possible and impossible scenarios to see which choice would be better. And maybe it's not even a problem and it's just me being protective about myself. ...
... change my whole life like when i decided to put my dog down when she was suffering and i dont think anything could have changed how i felt. i do think that change is a state of mind because people tend to over exaggerate thing and make it worse but i think that if you remain calm and go with the flow the change is not as bad.
Q: What is your personal legend?
A: My personal legend is to become a veterinarian and a liberty horse trainer. I've wanted to be a veterinarian since I new that you can help animals in need. I also was just fascinated with the way liberty trainers could make the horses do anything with a wave of their hand. I also love animals and I'm obsessed with horses. ...
... the boy was working and that was a good sign. The boy agrees but he said only until dawn but in return the boy asked for money to continue his journey to the Egyptian pyramids. The merchant says that even if the boy cleans every piece of crystal for a whole year it still won't be enough money to travel all the way to Egypt. The boy feels discouraged but decides to work for the merchant anyway to earn money for more sheep to travel with and earn more money from the sheep he will ...
... bad. before they left together, the bar keeper started yelling at Santiago(actualy warning him) about the man. But the man told Santiago that he was trying to take his money. The man lead him out to the market. Santiago was amazed at a beautiful sword, but when he turned around the man was gone with his money. He spent the night in the market and in the morning ...