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日本語訳教えてください。 You have to value yourself more and value what you think and what you want to do. The way I see it, Got made lots and lots of people. Why? Because it’s a good thing to have all different types of people. Each person has his or her own individuality and character, and the most important thing it to express that 

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貴方はあなた自身をもっと評価するべきです。 あなたが考えていること、あなたがやりたいことなどもっと大事にするべきです。 私は以下のように考えてます。 神様は非常にたくさんの人を作りました。なぜでしょう。 それはいろいろなタイプの人がいるということ自身が意味のあることだからです。 それぞれの人はその人独自の個性や性格をもっています。 そして最も大事なことはそれを表現することです。 he most important thing it to express that  の部分はたぶんitはisの間違えだの思います

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