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You’ve got to breathe your own air, at times, to crowd cope. Or thoughts are so squeezed.
Who says when you’ve forgiven enough? A loved one? Some higher authority? The Oscar or Grammy winner? Exhaustion? It’s love. Your capacity or, more to the point, my capacity for love is the lowest common delimiter. If you have not … Continue reading
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