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Karen Ehman
“True love is the steadfast presence of your lover, the willingness to stick it out when things get rocky. It demonstrates love when no one else is looking. True love is wholly committed, costing the giver time and effort.”
Karen Ehman, Keep Showing Up: How to Stay Crazy in Love When Your Love Drives You Crazy

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“Fear trumps reason then, and people find evil before they ever look for good.” She”
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George Eliot
“When I married Humphrey I made up my mind to like sermons, and I set out by liking the end very much. That soon spread to the middle and the beginning, because I couldn't have the end without them.”
George Eliot, Middlemarch

William Kent Krueger
“If we were perfect, the light he shines on us would just bounce right off. But the wrinkles, they catch the light. And the cracks, that’s how the light gets inside us. When I pray, Odie, I never pray for perfection. I pray for forgiveness, because it’s the one prayer I know will always be answered.”
William Kent Krueger, This Tender Land