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Why Run after Someone who doesn't Value You?
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Why should we run after a person we like or adore the most if he/she doesn't value you,or who doesn't feel anything in our absence?

So we are the real fools who run after them longing to be loved or to seek attention.

If we are deliberately being ignored just leave them and stand on our own feet and show them we can be able to survive without them and make them feel our absence and our value and we should be able to achieve and hope the highest and be a role model to many. And be their strength to move along with their life and to reach the highest without the one who we ran after to get attention. Just leave them and follow our rules and paths.

Surely success will follow us ....

25-Dec-2016
More by :  Amogha Pavithran
 
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