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John F Kennedy
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Knowldge is sports bliss
knowldge is sports bliss
When I hear the statement, the more you know the happier you are, it makes me think of my future and it what it holds in store for myself. Is knowledge the key to success and happiness? I believe knowledge is not only the key to happiness but also the key to a better life. Many examples of this may be found in sports. The more an athlete or coach knows the better his life becomes and in most cases the happier ... Word Count: 432 | Page Count: 2