Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 18)

Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 18)


From the chapter, ‘I Can Still Love More’, NT has this to say:

“I believe everyone can love many people during their lives. I have loved three people deeply and I can still love more.”


I do not believe there’s any one love of a person’s life. I believe instead that life affords us different situations for a love of a person’s life at a time. You might be lucky and have that one great love. (The Hollywood movie, The Notebook, evangelizes this very well) And you might be one of the fortunate ones to experience different great loves at different moments in your life.

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