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  • Pearl S. Buck
    Pearl S. Buck
    American novelist 1892-1973
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    A good marriage is one which allows for change and growth in the individuals and in the way they express their love.
  • Alfred Nobel
    Alfred Nobel
    Swedish chemist, engineer, inventor, businessman, and philanthropist 1833-1896
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    A heart can no more be forced to love than a stomach can be forced to digest food by persuasion.
  • A love to Christ which is so cowardly and selfish that it is unwilling to proclaim by a public confession its faith in Him who hung before all the world crucified for sinners, is a love which is hardly worth the name.

    Source: Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895)

  • Oscar Wilde
    Oscar Wilde
    Irish writer 1854-1900
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    A man can be happy with any woman as long as he does not love her.
  • Zsa Zsa Gabor
    Zsa Zsa Gabor
    American actrice 1919 -
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    A man in love is incomplete until he has married - then he's finished.
  • Zsa Zsa Gabor
    Zsa Zsa Gabor
    American actrice 1919 -
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    A man in love is incomplete until he is married. Then he's finished.
  • Mae West
    Mae West
    American actress 1892-1980
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    A man in love is like a clipped coupon - it's time to cash in.
  • Elwyn Brooks White
    Elwyn Brooks White
    American writer 1899-1985
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    A man is not expected to love his country, lest he make an ass of himself. Yet our country, seen through the mists of smog, is curiously lovable, in somewhat the way an individual who has got himself into an unconscionable scrape seems lovable - or at least deserving of support.
  • Joseph Conrad
    Joseph Conrad
    In Poland born English writer 1857-1924
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    A man's real life is that accorded to him in the thoughts of other men by reason of respect or natural love.
  • Abraham Cowley
    Abraham Cowley
    English poet
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    A mighty pain to love it is,
    And 't is a pain that pain to miss;
    But of all pains, the greatest pain
    It is to love, but love in vain.

    Source: From Anacreon, vii. Gold; reported in Bartletts Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919).

  • Henry David Thoreau
    Henry David Thoreau
    American writer 1817-1862
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    A name pronounced is the recognition of the individual to whom it belongs. He who can pronounce my name aright, he can call me, and is entitled to my love and service.
  • William B. Yeats
    William B. Yeats
    Irish poet 1865-1918
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    A pity beyond all telling is hid in the heart of love.
  • Paul Bourget
    Paul Bourget
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    A proof that experience is of no use, is that the end of one love does not prevent us from beginning another.
  • Rob Cella
    Rob Cella
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    A relationship is like a rose, How long it lasts, no one knows; Love can erase an awful past, Love can be yours, you'll see at last; To feel that love, it makes you sigh, To have it leave, you'd rather die; You hope you've found that special rose, 'Cause you love and care for the one you chose.
  • A religious man is a person who holds God and man in one thought at one time, at all times, who suffers harm done to others, whose greatest passion is compassion, whose greatest strength is love and defiance of despair.

    Source: Insecurity of Freedom