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is to never/ is never to #1 (permalink) Sat Apr 09, 2011 19:41 pm   is to never/ is never to
 

Hi,

The most important thing is to never lose yourself..."
vs.
The most important thing is never to lose yourself..."

What's the difference?

Thanks.
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is to never/ is never to #2 (permalink) Sun Apr 10, 2011 1:44 am   is to never/ is never to
 

They utter the same thing. #1 = The most important thing is that under no circumstances you should lose yourself... #2 = The most important thing is that
under any circumstances you shoud not lose yourself...
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