F. Scott Fitzgerald about change (“Flappers and Philosophers”, 1920) - I wouldn't change you for the world. You're sweet the way you are. The things that'll make you fail I'll love always—the living in the past, the lazy days and nights you have, and all your carelessness and generosity.
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I wouldn't change you for the world. You're sweet the way you are. The things that'll make you fail I'll love always—the living in the past, the lazy days and nights you have, and all your carelessness and generosity.
 F. Scott FitzgeraldFlappers and Philosophers (1920). copy citation

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