Reading novels is a pastime for me, and I get so much information from it. My favorites are romance novels. One of these novels, Simply Love by Mary Balogh, shows a meeting between two lonely, wounded souls. Anne is a single mother in strict Regency England and Sydnam severely maimed as a result of torture whe...
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...he acted all lovey-dovey and at the end, her husband confessed and begged for her forgiveness out of guilt and their marriage was good. On the other hand, a lady my mum knows was put in the same position of her husband cheating. In her case, her husband comes home late and she heard rumors too. She saw her husband with his secretary and assumed them of having an affair which turned out wrong. At the end, their marriage got destroyed because unlike the other lady, she didn’t ask questions and she wasn’t patient. The way first lady projected her inner beauty was by being patient and waiting for the husband confess instead of coming out right and accusing him.
Always remember, physical beauty doesn’t last forever but inner beauty does and it’ll make you the happiest person on the face of the earth and it might even spread to the little part of the world you can touch.
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