How Death and Great Love go Hand in Hand.

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Death, and both the finding and experiencing profound love go hand in hand. Death, akin to water spilling from the spout of a watering can onto great love, the seed just beneath the surface. Thus, once infused with this prompting, more certain to flourish and bloom wildly.

Petty arguments over who takes out the recycling how often, whose turn it is to make the bed or clean the bathroom…

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Brooke Meredith

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Ravenous reader. Social scientist. Foodie. Novelist. Adventurer. Romantic and idealist. www.sweetrawfree.com www.travelsandtrdelnik.com www.brunchesandbooks.com

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