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If the task is damn tough
Never mind dearest friend
Aim high and boldly attempt
Your will come out superbly

To work hard hesitate not
Be ever ready to do well
Hard-worker is a winner
Practically feel it dear man

The path in which you travel
May contain sharp thorns
By using your unique brain
Undertake this life-journey

Keep your heart broad
Let there God dwell
Keep conscience clean
You will have no regrets

Exercise maximum caution
Have deep faith in yourself
Pray to God hopefully ever
Any task will become easier

Develop self-confidence
Be adamant in believing
Walk on the right track
Succeed outstandingly

Always form a great goal
Plan to achieve ambition
Tackle bravely setbacks
Call God to accompany

Underestimate not your skill
You possess the potential
Take the needed extra step
Victory will come to greet

Remain never at all idle
Monitor carefully life-time
Execute plans meticulously
Always pray before starting

Be a firm optimist
Pray to God sincerely
He will guide and support
Derive peace via prayer.

mvvenkataraman


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The following comments are for "Tough Tasks Budge for Stuff"
by mvvenkataraman

Go Daffodils
Life is a Garden for the Playful...
Just be careful of the thorns

( Posted by: awhippingflame [Member] On: March 26, 2012 )





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