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Flash Fiction – Believe (Stories on a Theme “Human”)

The world will get better.

You hope.

The world will be kinder.

You hope.

The world will still be alive in the future.

You hope.

And yet, even though the world around you burns in the fires of forests and politics, you believe that there is hope still, hope that the world will still get better and kinder and still be alive.

You have to believe it.

The alternative is too horrific to even consider.


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