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All will be well

“All will be well
You can ask me how but only time will tell”

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Emotional infidelity

Infidelity means physical intimacy to most people, but why is that so bad? And what if it’s not the worst kind of infidelity? I would argue that emotional infidelity is most damaging to a relationship…

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Keeping Score

It’s important, if you’re not keeping score, to remember to always give at every opportunity. Always offer to help. Always offer to pay. Always wash the dishes. Never remind someone that you paid last time. It’s always your turn.

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If a man should importune me to give a reason why I loved him. I find it could no otherwise be expressed than by making answer: Because it was he, because it was I.

Saying “I love you”

I love. I love earnestly, deeply, tenderly, and without any expectations of reward. I love easily. The way that I love has caused me some heartache and heartbreak over the years, but on the whole, I think I’m happier.

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And they do not like you…

from “There Will Be No Peace” – W.H. Auden You must live with your knowledge. Way back, beyond, outside of you are others, In moonless absences you never heard of, Who have certainly heard of you, Beings of unknown number and gender: And they do not...
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She is like the wind in spring

Sometimes the wind blows warm, sometimes it’s cold. Ususally, I have no idea which way the wind blows.

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Di Anne Price

I’m thinking tonight of my friend Di Anne Price. I was an incredibly shy, quiet (even), 19 year old in Memphis when we met. I’d never known anyone like her — she was so forward, everything was “out there” with her. She played the piano...
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On this cool clear night

On this cool clear night The moon is bright and I Stand beneath the stars Wondering if somewhere You and your golden hair Lay thinking or pondering o’er Past or future, do you Think of what might have been or be? Do you remember or dream or Do you perhaps even...
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I have allowed you to Place me in a little box So small, I can hardly Breathe. I do not like it in the box It is small and I like to Breathe. So you sit there On the box Talking at me Not to me, as if nothing is Amiss. I will allow you to leave If you will So I can...
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“Home Phones” are gradually disappearing

More than 38% of adults and 45.5% of children live in households without a land-line telephone, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Are you a “wireless only” family?

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