What Disney’s Pinocchio Taught Me about Life

Why wouldn’t you want to be a donkey?
Truth. Especially to an idealistic teen.

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E.J. Zain

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Entrepreneur and writer based down South. Spinner of tales and learning addict. Always got time to talk biz, art, life and love.

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