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Wash Everything Away
When it rains, I believe Nature is giving you a clean slate.
Washing away all that you're carrying around.
Extra baggage is not necessary and Nature knows this.
Raining is the worlds' way of showing you that problems aren't permanent.
They're called "problems" because they have a solution.
You just have to keep trudging through the mud and the muck.
Don't look down. You can already FEEL the discomfort, why watch it happen as well?
Keep your eyes on the light at the end of the tunnel.
You may hit a curve and you're faced with a problem,
Despite what you think, there is ALWAYS a light at the end of your tunnel.
Remember, the light never disappears.