Monthly Archives: August 2014
To preserve the freshness of family relations, we must abandon the pursuit of victory, certainty and stability. You need to overcome your fear and allow family relationships to teeter on the brink of fame and obscurity. Play as animals — growl, bite, rolling on the ground, but if the enemy is defeated on the scapula, it must be time to let go — because otherwise the game will end.
Through the fears and the usual representation it is difficult to cross, but the only way you can build a really light, honest and resilient family relationships.
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