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  1. says

    I've never heard this before, but it's wonderful. So true for you guys. True also for even the less heartbreaking "questions" in everyday life.

  2. says

    A few years ago, a friend suggested I read Rilke as I struggled with depression. Every now and then, his words pop up and I am reminded at how true they are to our lives. God bless :)

  3. says

    Great quote. We won't know the reasons for some things until we meet Jesus face to face.
    I have been a reader for a while and would love to place your blog in my "blogs I read" list on my blog. I like to get permission first, though. If you wouldn't mind, I would love an email at coreybobbiegrant@gmail.com.
    Your blogs are so funny and from the heart. You're an awesome chick and it warms my heart to know you are out there!

  4. says

    This is one of my most favorite poems. I had sort of forgotten about it and saw this as a magnet at Barnes and Noble recently.

    I absolutely love the lines about being content with all that is unresolved in your heart and living the questions now. It helped me through a difficult time and I pray it does the same for you.

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