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Love, It's a choice!


picture is from here. Thanks!

It's the month of loooooooove. And much as I refuse to post something about love this month... Here I am typing away about it. Tsktsk. Shoot me. =p

Anyway, LOVE. I am happy and lucky to say that my life is overflowing with it. Family.. Friends.. Significant other. Check Check Check! :) Yes, I am blessed. I am surrounded by people overflowing with it. And I love love love them all to bits too. It's funny that sometimes I think that I don't deserve this much love in my life... And everytime I think that way, I get even more of it. Papa God really is goooood and funny. He never fails to amuse me. :)

So I'm leaving you with this really meaningful quote. I got it from Hollies' site. :)

But maybe that's what it all comes down to. Love, not as a surge of passion, but as a choice to commit to something, someone, no matter what obstacles or temptations stand in the way. And maybe making that choice, again and again, day in and day out, year after year, says more about love than never having a choice to make at all.
-Emily Giffin, Love the One You're With

Have a great heart's day/weekend everyone!
Spread the love. :)

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I Love You Dear! ♥

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CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

mariaeliza8 said…
Happy Heart's Day!! =)
Cza said…
Happy Heart's day to you and Mal din!!!! :D
dyosa said…
Happy Balentimes! :-)
Cza said…
Hi Dyosa! Happy Balentayms to you toooo! :D
revsiopao said…
It's my 1st time in your new cyber-home.
I will add this too in my blogroll.
May your days be filled with LOVE always.
Ciao.
God bless!
revsiopao said…
LOVE is indeed a CHOICE.

To choose it is GRACE!
Cza said…
Hi revsiopao! thanks for visiting.. :D And yes, love is definitely a choice. :D God bless din po!

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