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"I WAS NAMED AFTER THIS VERY GOD , DEVA BALAMURUGAN = DEVA BALAN = THEYVAPAALAN
Sevanthi Lake is always there. And with it ;Home.
What is more outrageous is that the reports that are publicized establish that the vast majority of victims are Malaysian Indians.
My writing here in no way is to intend a manifesto that calls upon students worldwide to agitate against the times to bring back normalcy within our lives.
The writer ends the narrative with well-wishes for anyone who relates to the content written and attempts to comfort the readers, or rather, herself, that it's okay to make life choices for the short-term pleasures rather than having to calculate everything just so it adds value to the future.
Just as much as I am advocated to play into the liberation of body, mind, and soul, I am constantly reminded by the hoops that I am made to leap into for the sake of gaining any leverage within these communities or indeed, covens.