Once a week, I post a quote that I’ve read/heard recently. So here’s this week’s Quote I love …
I’m a romantic. I admit it. I believe in love.
Falling in love is one of the most healthy, wonderful things a person can experience…for the soul, the heart, the body, the mind. It’s the falling out of love that often destroys us. Or never letting ourselves love in the first place (just ask Jonathan Moore, the antagonist from my book More.) And the hardest part for some is when he or she still loves someone and that love isn’t returned. But even though I know too many people who have been burned by love, it’s still something I believe in. I live it every day. It does exist.
Here’s a quote I saw this week that speaks to those beliefs.
“I would prove to men how wrong they are to think that they stop falling in love when they grow old, without knowing you grow old when you stop falling in love.”
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter and journalist
What do you think? Am I a big ol’ sap? Or do you believe in love? Comment on this post or send me an email. I’d love to hear from you.
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