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Arja Rytilä
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There is nothing more important in life than love - love of your life, mother's love, love for knitting, good book, awesome scene...
There is nothing more important in life than love - love of your life, mother's love, love for knitting, good book, awesome scene...

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Kellohame...
Kun kellohame heilahtaa ei poika muuta voi, kuin tanssia vain mukana ja katsella ja ihailla, kun kellohame heilahtaa ja tyttö tunnelmoi. Niin siniset on silmät tytön sen ja moni niitä katsoo ihaillen. Vaan liinatukkapojan tie kun luokse neidon vie, hän hymy...

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Home And Love
Ei ole rikkautta, mutta on koti ja rakkautta... lämpöä ja iloisia hetkiä. Just Home and Love! the words are small Four little letters unto each; And yet you will not find in all The wide and gracious range of speech Two more so tenderly complete: When angel...

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Niagara Falls frozen in time by polar vortex

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Sometimes the feeling is way more important than anything else... I'm in love and not only to our new car!
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I sometimes think as here I sit
Of things I have done,
Which seemed in doing not unfit
To face the sun:
Yet never a soul has paused a whit
On such—not one.

There was that eager strenuous press
To sow good seed;
There was that saving from distress
In the nick of need;
There were those words in the wilderness:
Who cared to heed?

Yet can this be full true, or no?
For one did care,
And, spiriting into my house, to, fro,
Like wind on the stair,
Cares still, heeds all, and will, even though
I may despair.

Thomas Hardy
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Motivational Monday strikes again. Here is one of our personal favourites

#squidgyfacebooks   #motivationalmonday   #quotes  
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"Every October it becomes important, no, necessary to see the leaves turning, to be surrounded by leaves turning; it's not just the symbolism, to confront in the death of the year your death, one blazing farewell appearance, though the irony isn't lost on you that nature is most seductive when it's about to die, flaunting the dazzle of its incipient exit, an ending that at least so far the effects of human progress (pollution, acid rain) have not yet frightened you enough to make you believe is real; that is, you know this ending is a deception because of course nature is always renewing itself— the trees don't die, they just pretend, go out in style, and return in style: a new style."  Lloyd Schwartz
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