Religious guilt will never grow the kind of love you want in someone.
Shannon L. Alder
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If you spend your time hoping someone will suffer the consequences for what they did to your heart, then you're allowing them to hurt you a second time in your mind.
There comes a time in your life when you have to choose to turn the page, write another book or simply close it.
A true gentleman is one that apologizes anyways, even though he has not offended a lady intentionally. He is in a class all of his own because he knows the value of a woman's heart.
A best friend is the only one that walks into your life when the world has walked out.
The most confused you will ever get is when you try to convince your heart and spirit of something your mind knows is a lie.
When you loved someone and had to let them go, there will always be that small part of yourself that whispers, "What was it that you wanted and why didn't you fight for it?
When someone you love says goodbye you can stare long and hard at the door they closed and forget to see all the doors God has open in front of you.
If he can't handle you at your worst then he does not deserve you at your best. Real love means seeing beyond the words spoken out of pain, and instead seeing a person's soul.
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