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Dear Bhavana,

How are you? I hope that you are doing good? How is the whole NGO with Vijji going on? I hope that you have already started the initiate to reach out and help those in need. It was in your idea in 9th remember? I know you have a lot of things you want to do, a lot of things to contribute to the society and I hope that you did them. Every small step counts. The world is in its all time low right now and it needs positivity and all the change it can get. SO stop sulking and lend a hand. Unless you died, then there is nothing else you can do.

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