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Let Yourself Free!

What do you fear anyway

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Don’t be tied to the shackles of society.
You want to ride; you ride.
You want to dance like no one’s watching you; you dance.
You want to scream because the pandemic hasn’t been easy on you; you scream.
You want to laugh at your misery; you laugh out loud.
You need no one’s permission.
You act, you climb, you chase, you jump, you exclaim — because you have every right to express yourself.




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