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Day 2292.

Larry would've been 59 today.

The dictionary defines a coincidence as being something that happens by chance or luck. I don't entirely believe that things happen by chance or luck, I think it's a lot bigger than that because some 'coincidences' are life altering. I believe that Spirituality leads us to exactly where we are supposed to be if we listen. It's what puts the fire in your gut that tells you what to do and what not to do and they're all feelings we're supposed to trust.

His birthday being on the 6th and mine on the 8th - the same birth date when you factor in the time difference - was never a coincidence. It was something that we had in common that bought a sense of contentment and a feeling of completeness.

Of love.

Happy Birthday Love.


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