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SOMETIMES it's said that what's yours is yours to keep. Is that always true? There are some things you have that you probably want to hold forever, and other things that you might want to lose as soon as possible.
What about the "intangibles"—the things that aren't obvious at first glance but mean more to you than any material item? Innocence, purity, naturalness, sincerity. Are these qualities yours to keep, or once gone, are they lost forever?
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