“Dialogue cannot exist… in the absence of a profound love for the world and for people. The naming of the world, which is an act of creation and re-creation, is not possible if it is not infused with love. Love is at the same time the foundation of dialogue and dialogue itself. It is thus…

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Even if you do, i’ll never forget you. happiest days of my life in feb 2014.

"He recognized her despite the uproar, through his tears of unrepeatable sorrow at dying without her, and he looked at her for the last and final time with eyes more luminous, more grief-stricken, more grateful than she had ever seen them in half a century of a shared life, and he managed to say to her with his last breath:
‘Only God knows how much I loved you’"

Love in the Time of Cholera, Gabriel Garcia Marquez (via sonrisas-y-risitas)

"They had just celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, and they were not capable of living for even an instant without the other, or without thinking about the other, and that capacity diminished as their age increased. Neither could have said if their mutual dependencies was based on love or convenience, but they had never asked the question with their hands or their hearts because both has always preferred not to know the answer"

Love in the Time of Cholera - Gabriel Garcia marquez (via bigfatsupersizeme)

"It was against all scientific reason for two people who hardly knew each other, with no ties at all between them, with different characters, different upbringings, and even different genders, to suddenly find themselves committed to living together, to sleeping in the same bed, to sharing two destinies that perhaps were fated to go in opposite direction."

Love in the Time of Cholera (via bigfatsupersizeme)