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The Man Who Wants to Achieve Everything
October 20, 2014|Stories

The Man Who Wants to Achieve Everything

The Man Who Wants to Achieve Everything

There was a man who wants to achieve everything that he could. He was a very talented man but every time that he is about to take the first step in achieving something, a roadblock seems to stop him.

Still, he knows deep inside that he is capable of many things. He was so certain that his potential is limitless. He dream of accumulating the power that would dwarf the ancient kings; he could write books that would make the generations to come think; he could invent things that would change the Read more […]

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