[We Cannot Love A Person With An All Accepting, Transcending And Encompassing Love Without Being Hurt Somewhat, Without Being Disappointed, Without Being Failed Of Our Expectations. We Cannot Love Without Being Broken, Yet We Cannot Continue In Love Without Being Stronger Than Our Brokenness.]

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