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Friendliness (by: Anthony de Mello, SJ)
"What shall I do to love my neighbor?"
"Stop hating yourself."
Full Moon (by: Keith Davis)
As I sat on the park bench enjoying the cool night air and gazing at the people who were taking a break from the rest of the world, two young lovers passed me by. And I overheard the woman say, "Honey, why can't the moon always be this full and beautiful as it is tonight?"
I Asked God (by: Author Unknown)
I asked God to take away my pain.
God said, "No, It is not for me to take away, but for you to give it up".
I Love You, Honey (1) (by: Author Unknown)
They have been married for a long time. As usual they have their ups and downs. One day they had a big fight over his long working hours and things are falling apart. He was disappointed and she was angry.
I Love You, Honey (2) (by: Author Unknown)
They have been married for two years. He loves literature, and often posts his work on the net, but nobody ever reads them. He is also into photography, and he handle their wedding photos. He loves her very much. Likewise with her. She has a quick temper, and always bullies him. He is a gentleman, and always gives in to her. Today, she's being "willful" again.
If Tomorrow Never Comes (by: Author Unknown)
If I knew it would be the last time that I'd see you fall asleep, I would tuck you in more tightly and pray the Lord, your soul to keep.
Important Than Presents (by: Author Unknown)
A man going abroad to work leaves his fiancee crying. "Don't worry, I will write you everyday," he said. For years he did write her. But since he was happy with his job, he had no immediate plans of going home. One day, he received a wedding invitation. His girl friend was scheduled to be married. To whom? To the mailman bringing regularly the letters of her boy friend! Indeed, distance does make hearts flounder.
Legacy, The (by: Bonnie J. Thomas)
When my husband, Bob, died very suddenly in January 1994, I received condolences from people I hadn't heard from in years: letters, cards, flowers, calls, visits. I was overwhelmed with grief, yet uplifted by this outpouring of love from family, friends and even mere acquaintances.
Letting Go (by: Dee Edgett)
There was once a lonely girl who longed desperately for love. One day while she was walking in the woods she found two starving song birds. She took them home and put them in a small glided cage.
Little Things (by: James "PoppyK" Kisner)
It was the middle of the night... and she stirred from her sleep,She quietly got out of bed... and did not make a peep.She sits in total darkness now... and thinks about her man,The little things he does for her... to lend a helping hand.
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