As I write this, this post has a fin de siècle feel to it. I posted my first blog post on 24th April, about Cornwall. It dealt with the Cornish language, using a foreign language in my writing (Polish – I do not speak a word so I rely on Google translate which may or may not turn out to be a disaster – like the guy who went for a tattoo, decided he’d have his favourite meal inked in Chinese and ended up with the Mandarin characters for 72), a great film, Letter to Brezhnev, and Game of Thrones. 1,538 more words
By Paramahamsa Yogananda
A marriage should begin on a sound foundation of real love and cooperation around common ideals. Love is always pure, divine, but it becomes colored by the personality of the outer human self – as clear water appears colored if placed in a colored glass vessel; the vessel itself must be crystal clear in order to reflect the purity of its contents.
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