„Real togetherness in married couples and indeed in any couple comes from words, not just the words that are spoken – spoken voluntarily – but the words one doesn't keep to oneself – at least not without the intervention of the will.“

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La verdadera unidad de los matrimonios y aún de las parejas la traen las palabras, más que las palabras dichas -dichas voluntariamente-, las palabras que no se callan -que no se callan sin que nuestra voluntad intervenga.


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