[A Heart As Hard As Granite Was Slowly Transformed To A Heart Ready To Give And Receive Compassion. The Story Of The Prince Does That To Men. It Breaks Them Down, Removes The Rubble, And Builds A Castle Where There Once Was A Prison.]

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