The Reality of Yes and its opposite

No can be a terrible excuse.

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The other day I saw a sweet kid ask a question.
The way he asked the question, I thought to myself how could anyone say no.
Sadly the answer to his question was a no.
In this fast paced, busy world, no is a reality.
But I am not someone who likes to say no.
And I want to keep this post positive so I want to take a look at yes and the possibility of saying it.

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I have had a YouTube Channel for a few years. You can find it by searching for “Nonresistant Really”. I just started YouTubing more about myself, but I suspect that people will find it boring. So I decided, why not write about myself to.

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Hi! My name is NCR, well that is not my real name. I love writing about tech and sharing bright thoughts!

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