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Go the Distance

I have often dreamed, of a far off place
Where a hero’s welcome, would be waiting for meWhere the crowds will cheer, when they see my faceAnd a voice keeps saying, this is where I’m meant to be

I’ll be there someday, I can go the distanceI will find my way, if I can be strongI know ev’ry mile, will be worth my whileWhen I go the distance, I’ll be right where I belong

Down an unknown road, to embrace my fate
Though that road may wander, it will lead me to youAnd a thousand years, would be worth the waitIt might take a lifetime, but somehow I’ll see it through

And I won’t look back, I can go the distance
And I’ll stay on track, no, I won’t accept defeatIt’s an uphill slope, but I won’t lose hopeTill I go the distance, and my journey is complete

But to look beyond the glory is the hardest part
For a hero’s strength is measured by his heart

Like a shooting star, I will go the distance
I will search the world, I will face it’s harmsI don’t care how far, i can go the distanceTill I find my hero’s welcome, waiting in your arms

I will search the world, I will face it’s harms
Till I find my hero’s welcome, waiting in your arms
(video grab from You Tube)

This song means a lot to me. I am walking in a path which I am certain will lead me to paradise. God created me to be the best person and live a life that is acceptable to Him. I am in harmony with everything. My actions, words, and thoughts are aligned to each other. I am into a relationship that honor Him; I am not a mistress and I don’t wrecked any relationship just to get what would satisfy my happiness.
I love my life now; stress free.
I am also qualified in one month seminar for free at St. Paul University. I will start my English Proficiency Class on Sunday at St. Augustine School of Nursing. Although, I have no rest day now for Mon to Fri is my Massage Therapy Class, Saturday my seminar and training, and Sunday for English Class I am not complaining because I am getting the knowledge that will enhance my abilities and skills that will serve as my armor in my future plans.
See you soon, New York!

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