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We feel how we feel. It may not be logical, it may not be usual, it may not be understood, but it will always be valid. 

 

Traditionally, the Japanese crane is a symbol of hope and healing during challenging times, and this has become my truth. Legend promises a wish to those who fold a chain of 1000 origami cranes, granted by the gods.

 

Of course, life can be an exhausting, confusing, and overwhelming task at times, a little like folding one thousand paper cranes. It's easy to feel that, in times of emotional distress, we aren't capable of handling anything, big or small, and if we don't make it through the thousand, we don't get the wish. 

May this japanese crane be the first in your chain...

 

I promise the rest will follow. 

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falling asleep at the wheel

               holly humberstone

2.

bad friend

             rina sawayama

3.

first man

           camilla cabello

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if you're too shy (let me know)

                                       the 1975

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i don't know why

                  notd & astrid s

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lose somebody

                   kygo & one republic

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take it back

                 mokita & ella vos

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magnetic                                                            joan

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the list

           maisie peters

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comeback

            carly rae jepsen

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