A Love Story


” A piece of glass shatters, sighing

it was the promise of a stone to be its protector.”





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Somethings Don’t Change…


“The Other Half” is the story of two people falling in love.  On the left side of the screen we see the girl’s side of the story. She lives in 1925 – almost 100 years ago.  On the right side of the screen we see the boy’s side of the story. He lives in the present day.  By bringing their two worlds together as one, we see that falling in love, and embarking on a relationship, is a universal story which will keep being replayed throughout time.  While many aspects of our lives today are very different to almost a century ago, the really important things haven’t changed at all.

A very short clip, here it is.

Directed by Ringan Ledwidge.  Client: John Lewis.  Filming location: London, England.  The soundtrack is a cover of the INXS song “Never Tear Us Apart” re-recorded by Paloma Faith. Lyrics: Don’t ask me / What you know is true / Don’t have to tell you / I love your precious heart / I I was standing / You were there / Two worlds collided / And they could never tear us apart.



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A Tip For The Love Smitten





Source: Ray Mitchell (raykiwsp.wordpress.com)

A Love Story (In 50 Words)

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The little girl playing in the park saw it snagged in the bush.

She pulled it out gently without a tear.

Years later, her husband saw the little boy in her wallet and asked.

She said almost wistfully: ‘My first love.’

He smiled: ‘Had lost this when I was nine.’



Source: Adapted from Friends For Us (a facebook group) and image from e2ua.com

What is the difference between: ‘I like you’ and ‘I love you’?

Buddha says:

Buddha Says


Credits:The saying and the image of Butchart Gardens, Victoria, B.C. from the net

Wish I Had Said This

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Do You Love Him?

There was a group of women gathered at a seminar on how to live in a loving relationship with their husbands.


The women were asked, ‘How many of you love your husbands?’

All the women raised their hands.

Then they were asked, ‘When was the last time you told your husband you loved him?’

Some women answered ‘today’, some ‘yesterday’ and some didn’t remember..

The women were then told to take their cell-phones and send the following text to their respective husband: ‘I love you, sweetheart.’

Then the women were told to exchange phones and read the responding text messages.

Here are some of the replies:

1. Eh, mother of my children, are you sick?

2. What now? Did you crash the car again?

3. I don’t understand what you mean?

4. What did you do now? I won’t forgive you this time!!!

5. ?!?

6. Don’t beat about the bush, just tell me how much you need?

7. Am I dreaming? ???????

8. If you don’t tell me who this message is actually for, you will die today…!!!

9. I asked you not to drink anymore!!

and, of course,

10. Who is this?


Credits: enjoythemasti@yahoogroups.com (“Royal Gaurav” ) and openclipart (Rones)