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Love is Not a Verb

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  1. We all crave love so you are not alone! From my personal experience I have learned the more I love life, the more love I receive. Loving life brings inner happiness which we project outwards gaining positive responses from most everyone we meet, such as a smile or a simple hello!

    • That is great to know Maisen! I read a beautiful quote the other day about how love is always already within us….even if we think we are “getting” it from someone or somewhere else. That felt very reassuring and empowering. Thanks as always for reading and sharing your experiences! :-)

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