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Love Your Blood
Touch your heart. Feel it. Become one with the beats that barely beat.
Realize that each works with another, and another with another, and so on;
Love your blood. Understand that without, you would be nothing.
Understand that carries the entity that keeps you breathing. Rush with it.
Your blood so strong that it can create euphoria. So strong that it can make one weak;
Hold your hair in your hands. Caress it. Believe that a group of many can unite as one because of it; it’s unbelievable.
And oh, what a beautiful mind. Expand it. Be forever grateful that all things; tiny things, grievances, and enlightening memories; are so thoroughly retained within it. Imagine the indefinite existence without it; it’s unimaginable.
Your eyes, merely pools of emotion. The passageways to what lies deep beneath. Rub them. Know that your eyes may deceive you, but not first without just cause; it’s uplifting.
Touch, feel, rub and love the things you hold most dear.
Realize, understand, and believe that everything is real.
Keep these truths, deem these truths.
For one day they may disappear.