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|“Love cannot be commanded.” ~ Latin proverb 6756. “Love comes after the |
wedding.” ~ Laplander proverb 6757. “Love dies only when growth stops.” ~
Pearl S. Buck 6758. “Love does not—cannot—hurt. It is the absence of love that
|Brown, Les Love dies only when growth stops. - Buck, Pearl S. Growth itself |
contains the germ of happiness. - Buck, Pearl S. Don't go through life, grow
through life. - Butterworth, Eric Every winner has scars. - Casson, Herbert N.
Unless a tree ...
|He will never stop loving you if he finds something always new in you, and |
through you in himself. Nor will you ever stop loving him. Love dies only when
growth stops. What was it that a wise old Chinese said five hundred years before
|If the ground becomes too dry, the weed wilts and dies. The reason it dies is not |
primarily because of being dry; it's because it stops growing. ... Sure, they are still
together, only because of habit and fear of what 102 Relationships for All.
|Buck, Pearl S. None who have always been free can understand the terrible |
fascinating power of the hope of freedom to those who are not free. - Buck, Pearl
S. Love dies only when growth stops. - Buck, Pearl S. Growth itself contains the
|The story of young, sensitive, and idealistic Francie Nolan and her bittersweet formative years in the slums of Williamsburg has enchanted and inspired millions of readers for more than sixty years.|
|Yet he knew that regardless of what was done, all he could expect was more |
agonizing suffering and death. And he was ... Denial of death affects not only the
individual denying death, but it prevents us from helping others or being there for
others. To fully live we must confront death squarely. Living in denial does not
simply inflict pain on ourselves but can often cause pain for those we love.
|Love begins to die when one partner stops expressing appreciation for the other. |
... But we should note that love is directed only towards oneself will never be
satisfied. ... Real growing love says “I accepted you and I love you no matter what
|The fruits of the Spirit, he said—things like love, joy, peace, patience, and |
kindness—grow only in the soul of the assurance of God's love for us.2 So, far
from killing our motivation for obedience or spiritual growth, assurancefuels it.
Only confidence in ... In the final conversation He had with them before He died,
He used three metaphors that showed them how committed He was to them.
They were about ...
|Often times I have heard let go; move on, let love die, why do you wait so long? |
Some of these I ask myself. But how do you stop something that started before
you existed? How do you subdue something stronger than you? How can you kill