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I have always known the stronger people in my life, the people that I truly admire, are unafraid to cry. I don't consider them weak, their tears have never displayed weakness to me... only the capacity to feel with genuine passion, to be wise and live well, to be capable of valor and integrity.

Suppose to be for a memory table at a wedding but I could see also making a memory wall in the home. This poem framed with pictures of family members/friends who have passed away.:

from Lifehack

Sometimes you have to accept the fact that certain things…

This is what I'm realizing.... just because she treated you well in the beginning doesn't mean it will ever go back to that...

Edit from LB: I don't believe this. Knowing the people that were in my past - those who didn't make it to my present or, ultimately, future - helped mold me into who I am today. Never hope to forget a single moment of your life, because then it wouldn't be your life.

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