|#6754||On a tous un peu peur de l'amour, mais on a surtout peur de souffrir|
ou de faire souffrir.
[One is always a little afraid of love, but above all, one is
afraid of pain or causing pain.]
|#6755||Once the realization is accepted that even between the closest human beings|
infinite distances continue to exist, a wonderful living side by side can
grow up, if they succeed in loving the distance between them which makes it
possible for each to see each other whole against the sky.
-- Rainer Rilke
|#6756||One expresses well the love he does not feel.|
-- J.A. Karr
|#6757||People think love is an emotion. Love is good sense.|
-- Ken Kesey
|#6758||Really?? What a coincidence, I'm shallow too!!|
|#6759||Sometime when you least expect it, Love will tap you on the shoulder...|
and ask you to move out of the way because it still isn't your turn.
-- N.V. Plyter
|#6760||Sometimes love ain't nothing but a misunderstanding between two fools.|
|#6761||Sorry never means having your say to love.|
|#6762||Speaking of love, one problem that recurs more and more frequently these|
days, in books and plays and movies, is the inability of people to communicate
with the people they love; Husbands and wives who can't communicate, children
who can't communicate with their parents, and so on. And the characters in
these books and plays and so on (and in real life, I might add) spend hours
bemoaning the fact that they can't communicate. I feel that if a person can't
communicate, the very _____least he can do is to shut up!
-- Tom Lehrer, "That Was the Year that Was"
|#6763||Support wildlife -- vote for an orgy.|
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