Taking Chances

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“Everyone always says that  you have to take chances. But I want to make  my own chances.  I want to lead fate  in my own direction and feel the risk in my fingertips.
To begin something, with a blank mind to begin somthing, where only time can tell you if it's what you thought only time spent, to figure what you've bought.   Most people never begin, 
Tonight is the night. There is no stopping. After this, it’s all over, and then what are you going to do? You’ll have that paper in your hand, You’ll be done, and where will you go? “No clue” – she says.
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