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... you have the time. Related The Course of Love: A Novel, ... & Such The True Hard Work of Love and Relationships: Alain de Botton ... Related The Course of Love: A Novel, by Alain de Botton Posted ...
... Quotes& Such When Falling in Love We Must Come to Terms with What We Dislike in the Other, and in Ourselves Tags: Cited Books, Growth/Healing, Philosophy, Quotes, Relationships 0062507540 It ...
... , Podcasts, Productivity Crystal Ellefsen talks about why it's so important to make time for whatever it is you love — without the added burden of doing it so that you're a better mom, or wife, or ...
... is sometimes an emotional configuration as well. Children are indeed a source of nurturance for adults. Their unconditional love and utter devotion infuse our lives with a heightened sense of meaning. The problem arises when we turn ...
... Growth/Healing, Videos Made Ready, by Crystal Ellefsen (original song with art-filled music video) pastel love couldn't wound a fool so give me the brilliance and daring of risky hues like blue i am beside ...
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