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Who is a person, Martial Art, who broke his hand when he tried to break the Tiles?
I once heard a story about a Martial Art person who has broken his hand after breaking the Tiles. The aim of story given below shows a Mind Power of Human Being. Actually I did't remember the exact ...
Sep 6 '13 at 4:22
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