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Wally Lamb, She’s Come Undone

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Wally Lamb, She’s Come Undone

Love?

At what point (if any), do you stop loving people through things? 

I know that we should exhibit 1 Corinthians love, and the love Christ set as an example - but, how many times do you turn the other cheek? How many times should you forgive someone for the transgressions they’ve committed. 

Is there ever a breaking point?

hplyrikz:

I can relate to this

hplyrikz:

I can relate to this

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— William Somerset Maugham

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— William Somerset Maugham

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Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture

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Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture

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Jay McLean, More Than Forever

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Jay McLean, More Than Forever

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William Goldman, The Princess Bride

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William Goldman, The Princess Bride

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— Friedrich Nietzsche

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— Friedrich Nietzsche

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Tom Robbins, Still Life with Woodpecker

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Tom Robbins, Still Life with Woodpecker

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Charles Dickens, Master Humphrey’s Clock

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Charles Dickens, Master Humphrey’s Clock

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Colleen Hoover, Ugly Love

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Colleen Hoover, Ugly Love

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— F. Scott Fitzgerald

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— F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Elizabeth Berg, The Year of Pleasures

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Elizabeth Berg, The Year of Pleasures

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Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility

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Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility