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R WE LIVING FOR BODY OR SOUL

CONFUSED ? r WE LIVING FOR EATING FOOD, AND SO ON..........EATING FOOD FOR LIVING?

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Soul. Even though at the hardest times in our lives we would prefer not to continue on, our bodies fail to let us go and our souls continue to teach us there is more to learn.

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