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An interesting quote

I don't know who to give credit for this quote, "Don't marry the person you think you can live with; marry only the individual you think you can't live without." I came across it while surfing the net. As I find myself in the midst of the end of another long term relationship, it is a poignant thought.

I was chatting with a very special friend this morning, who just happens to be a key figure in one of my previous failed relationships. We have only recently become networked again here on this huge information highway. Hopefully we can keep the friendship alive as we continue along life's path.

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lilmomma53 said…
Sure wish that I would have seen that quote while I have been taking the journey thru my life...might have made an impression and stuck in my head!! Seems to me that when things end we open ourselves up to searching for answers or interest, something to fill that place in your life, and then we see things and hear things that have tremendous influence on us, things that click in our heads. Sayings and music and the words to songs those sort of things..I believe that we are given that ability when we are the hardest hit in our lives so that we are able to go on ... and see the doors when they are opened!!

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