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mwzephyr
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Post by mwzephyr » June 7, 2013, 2:13 pm

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Wouldn't it be wonderful if we all used this view when approaching the things that have been broken in our lives?
Broken relationships, broken hearts, misunderstandings, you name it… If those things in life were repaired by every person with love, kindness, forgiveness, wouldn’t the world, wouldn’t we be better off for the repair?
Wouldn’t we view our lives differently? Wouldn’t our values change in a heartbeat?
~Zep
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Lion~*
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Post by Lion~* » June 7, 2013, 9:28 pm

Where there have been such breaks... often those repairs make a strength that was not originally there. Appreciate your post and the photo that is a great visual to go along with it! ;)
Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart...William Wordsworth

Follow your honest convictions, and stay strong. - William Thackeray

The bottom line, especially for my character,
is the issue of unconditional love.”
Matthew Weeden

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lifeboat
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Post by lifeboat » August 3, 2013, 2:03 am

Beautiful thoughts. Sometimes all you can do is bring the gold into someone's life when they thought it was out of reach and let them do the repair themselves - but that catalytic act of love can be priceless.
Important to remember that the original, unbroken artefact was in itself beautiful and that the original beauty is not diminished nor questioned by the act of repair.

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