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She had always believed there was nothing stronger than family, urban or rural, blood thicker than water and all that, the team stuck together, ready to back each other up in times of need or sorrow.
But the joy in those beliefs was short-lived. The passing of the elders reduced the power of loyalty, progress was now an act of self-preservation amid demands of ‘You owe me‘ as everything had a price or conditional strings attached.
Times had changed, and the soul had gone out of her bloodline.
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