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    On Nov 16, 2013 Colleen wrote:

     I feel strongly that I have enough love in my life, that I am very much loved and yet love is unquantifiable.  A little girl of six whom I care for daily, asked me, "Who do you love more, Thomas (her brother) or me?"  I answered, "Who do you love more, your father or mother?" She knew instantly that there was no measurable difference. I know her parents. They love each other and their children well. I feel that I am blessed in that I can't distinguish a degree of difference between the love I feel towards my own two adult children, or my parents or my siblings or my grandchild and friends.. I simply love and this is sufficient.


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    On Nov 16, 2013 Wingsoon wrote:

     You are so wonderfully endowed with the capacity to love. I am sure you treat everyone around you in the same way. Keep it up


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    On Nov 3, 2014 Roger W. Otis wrote:

     Colleen, thank you for that beautiful expression of love.  I can't help but feel that this is way our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ loves each of us.  I'm accepting...or perhaps 'forming' my own challenge to love all more equally as I go through life.  Thank you for that fine example so beautifully stated.  If you are a writer I would love to read your books.  You have indeed been a blessing to me this day.  Thank you.  


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