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our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising everytime we fall plz expalain the same as u did earlier
"This quote to me means that every time you fall you have to stand back up and do it over to make it better. You may not always get it the first time but if you try a second time you can get. [ You learn from your mistake and what you do wrong to make your next attempt better then first. This quote well make you want o get up and try over; like if your in a stunt and it falls, you want to put
that stunt back up. You never really want to give up, so do your best and never give up." ]
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