„When forever becomes a place…when forever ceases to be just a word… when it ceases to be a just a measurement of time…but instead becomes a place where soul mates can dance to the song in their hearts, that is a reflection of true love.“

—  Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free (2010), p. 123

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