Mark Twain

Mark Twain Opening Reading

“Marriage is dedication. You give yourself, your life and love, into the hands of the one you love. You do so trustingly and generously. By the same token, each of you receives a gift — the life and love of the other. You receive this gift not only from the one you love, but also from the parents who brought you into the world and reared you and from the personal world of friends and family who are joined in friendship and faith in your marriage.”

Mark Twain once said that “a marriage makes two fractional lives a whole. It gives to two questioning natures a reason for living. It brings a new gladness to the sunshine, and a new fragrance to the flowers, and new beauty to the earth, a new mystery to life.”

To get the full value of joy
You must have someone to divide it with.
~ by Mark Twain

I love Mark Twain…aka Samuel Clemson! 🙂

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