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Life and Love
by amanda c dipietro
Monday, August 27, 2007
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These are my views on life and love.


To love or not to love?
That is the question.
Is it better to have loved and lost or
never to have loved at all?
They say that you can't miss what you never knew.
I say if you've never loved then you've never truly experienced life.
You take the good with the bad.
For how can you truly enjoy love without knowing what pain is?
The sweet without the sour can't be
completely sweet.
You take for granted what you've never experienced.
Therefore, if you've never experienced love, then you've never truly experienced life.
I believe that's a far greater tragedy than having loved and lost.
Having loved and lost is more painful, but that brings you right back to the saying that you can't experience joy without the pain.
Hence, if you've never loved then you've
never truly lived.

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Reviewed by amanda dipietro 8/27/2007
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