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Attitude is everything

Attitude is everything. In a small town nestled between the hills and the sea, there was a curious little café. I used to frequent this place, where the coffee was strong and the conversations even stronger. It was here that I first met the old man with the peculiar hat, and it was from him that I learned a lesson that would stay with me forever. The old man was an enigma, never speaking much but always observing with his penetrating eyes. His hat, a battered fedora, seemed to have a life of its own. I couldn't help but wonder what secrets lay beneath its brim. One day, as the rain fell gently outside, the old man finally broke his silence. He stared out the window, his voice barely audible above the patter of raindrops. "You know, there's a lesson I learned long ago," he began. "Life has no market for your emotions, so never advertise your feelings. Instead, just show your attitude." I looked at him, puzzled. "What do you mean?" I aske
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