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Daily Archives: September 29, 2010
LOVE. Just think, the only thing in life that can keep us young our entire life is something we can’t buy with money. You can only get it with sincerity, unselfishness, trust, commitment, passion, devotion, honesty, and compassion.
“The easiest way to not get hurt is to not care, but that’s the hardest thing to do.”
~ Julian Gough
If you care for someone, you will be willing to get hurt – either emotionally or physically. If you never make the effort to love someone, you will never know how much pleasure you can get from them, but first you must be willing to learn what the pains of love can cause first.