A real sequence \( x_1, x_2, x_3, \cdots \) satisfies the relation \( x_{n+2} = x_{n+1} + x_n \) for \( n = 1, 2, 3, \cdots \). If a number \( r \) satisfies \( x_i = x_j = r \) for some \( i \) and \( j \) \( (i \neq j) \), we say that \( r \) is a repeated number in this sequence. Prove that there can be more than \( 2013 \) repeated numbers in such a sequence, but it is impossible to have infinitely many repeated numbers.

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