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“Love is the hardest thing in the world to write about.  It’s so simple.  You’ve got to catch it through details.  Like the early morning sunlight hitting the grey tin of the rainspout in front of her house.  The ring of the telephone that sounds like Beethoven’s Pastorale.  A letter scribbled on her office stationary that you carry around in your pocket because it smells like all the lilacs in Ohio.”
“Love is eternal. It has been the strongest motivation for human actions throughout history.  Love is stronger than life.”
“When love is gone, there’s nothing left but admiration and respect.”
“Two people look at each other and they see something way deep inside that nobody else can.”
“Scientists can write all the books they like about love being a trap of nature, that it’s the biology and the chemistry inside a woman that fools her.  But all the scientists are going to convince are other scientists, not women in love.”
“You’re one person against the world unless you have someone.  Then it’s only half as hard.  At least you’re two against the world.”
“If love is right, it is the most precious gift in the world.  But you must be sure, very sure, that it is right.  For if it isn’t, there is no worse agony.”
“Sometimes, when we are young, life frightens us.  Someday when you are loved, and are loved in return, you’ll find out then that nothing else matters.”
“Affections cannot be stolen, Madame.  They are given freely or not at all.”
“A heart is not judged by how much you love but by how much you are loved by others.”
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