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If you had to live your life over again what one thing would you change?
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If you had a chance to start over and begin a new life on mars would you choose to go If you could forget work school and your life here would you do it Are you ready to explore a new world Why?
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What does the quote You will do tomorrow as you did today if that is what you did yesterday mean?
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What statement is the best example of how change can be a positive thing?
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How life would change in a small village if electricity was brought to it?
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A man has cheated in his past relationships would he cheat again?
There's no guarantee that a man who cheated once before will do it again, but the fact that he cheated the first time is a statement about his character. "Once a cheater, always a cheater...," is commonly offered advice, but not necessarily true. People can change, though in my experience, it's a rare thing. People are who they are, and it's always easier not to change. But change can occur. My advice is this: If you're trying to decide if you should enter into a relationship with this guy, base your decision on who he is now rather than on that single bad act from his past. After all, would it be fair for your life to be judged on one thing you did wrong in the past?