Lovely Love

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Ist es nicht die Liebe, die wir in uns empfinden, die wir geben und empfangen, die uns Menschen am Leben erhält? Unsere Träume, die uns immer wieder neue Wege zeigen und uns Hoffnung geben? Wären die Menschen ohne Liebe nicht wie die Erde ohne die Sonne? Wir würden innerlich sterben, gefühllos und erkaltet durch unser Leben gehen. Gerade in dieser heute mehr und mehr kalten Welt, wo viele nur noch an sich selber denken, ihre eigenen Vorteile suchen, fehlt mehr und mehr die Liebe der Menschen untereinander.

Jedoch ist Liebe und Toleranz die Voraussetzung für gegenseitige Achtung und Respekt vor jedem Lebewesen, und nicht zuletzt für den Frieden unter den Menschen auf dieser Welt. Es ist bestimmt ein weiter und beschwerlicher Weg, bis unter allen Menschen dieser Welt Harmonie und Frieden herrscht, vielleicht unerreichbar, doch niemals sollten die Menschen den Glauben und das Bestreben nach Frieden auf dieser Welt aufgeben.

Mein lieber Engel!

Auf diesem Wege möchte ich dir sagen, wie viel du mir bedeutest! Seit über einem Jahr kennen wir uns nun schon, und seit einem Jahr hat sich mein Leben komplett verändert!
Es vergeht keine Minute, in der ich nicht an dich denke, denn mit deiner Liebe machst du mich zum glücklichsten Menschen auf der ganzen Welt!
Ich liebe dich so unendlich doll! So doll, wie man einen Menschen nur lieben kann.
Ich hoffe, dass unsere Liebe für immer halten wird, denn ich kann mir ein Leben ohne dich einfach nicht mehr vorstellen, denn du gehörst einfach zu mir!
Wir zwei gehören zusammen! Und zwar für immer!

ICH LIEBE DICH!
Dein zuckersüßer…...

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