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Recently, recuperating from hip replacement surgery made me think of second chances. The old saying tells us, “Everyone deserves one.” Egyptian writer, Rania Naim, wrote this about second chances:   "What if you were given a second chance at everything you’ve ever done in your life? Would you take it? I would. Not because I screwed things up the first time (even though I did a couple of times), but because I truly believe in the power of second chances. I believe in second chances more than I believe in first chances.   I believe that when life presents you with the same scenario twice, it is giving you a chance to do things differently, to recreate the perfect scenario you always wanted. A second chance is sometimes a miracle in disguise. It is not déjà vu, it is simply a gift God handed to you to change your life around.   How many times have you met someone you didn’t like at first but ended up being friends later because you realized the first impression was awfull

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