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  • Kirstie Jones Zakrajsek

    this is my favorite quote - the cure for anything is salt water... sweat, tears, or the sea...

  • Taylor Lynn

    "The cure for anything is salt water: Sweat, tears or the sea." Isak Dinesen. So true, and I LOVE this typography poster! $20.00 via Etsy. :)

  • Wendy Koe

    My Grandmother used to say , "The Ocean will cure whatever ails you."16 x 20 paper print - The Cure for Anything Is Salt Water - inspirational ocean artwork, beach word art typography poster. $42.00, via Etsy.

  • Johanna Porter

    beach house - The cure for anything is saltwater, sweat, tears or the sea.

  • Meggers

    salt water, true story

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How I've gotten through the last semester of nursing school. If I had the sea maybe I wouldn't need sweat and tears so much.

So very true. I believe this quote is from the same woman "Out of Africa" was about -- she is Danish