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Snowflakes

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Carly Hendrix

on 19 November 2013

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Transcript of Snowflakes

They say no two snowflakes are identical, each one is unique and special in its own way.
And yet, you cannot distinguish one from another when looking at a distance.
It is only when the snowflake is close that you can see its individual beauty and how intricate the composition of that snowflake truly is.
People too, are like snowflakes. Each one unique and special. Beautiful, and intricate.
And like a snowflake, individuality is not always recognized, and rarely appreciated, from afar.
When given the opportunity,
bare the cold and embrace the snow!
In an attempt to avoid the cold, too often, the magic of the snow is overlooked.
You too can create your
own one-of-a-kind snowflake!
Let your imagination run wild!
...or use a template
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