Treasure Island

hamza mian


faith


Faith is the one can live whole life Faith is the one can keep hopes alive Faith is the one can build coolness Faith is the one can overcome burden Faith is the one can strengthen purpose Faith is the one can achieve goal Faith is the one can take dream to truth Faith is the one can continue to live with happiness Faith is the one can add even after loosing Faith is the one can refill the color in life by proving Faith is the winner in life Faith is the channel within Faith is the confidence to begin Faith is the basis and the edge Faith is the power that helps you win Faith is the focus of your brain Faith is the power to know and to do Faith is the treat for “NO” and those that “Lose” Faith is your courage, your soul Edit Summary

Submitted: Thursday, June 10, 2010

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