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Sand Ceremony Symbolism It represents the individual lives of the bride and groom. They have retained their unique identities and personalities. Yet, it is virtually impossible to define the exact point where one layer ends and the next begins -- the grains of sand can never be separated. Strong and beautiful representation of the "two becoming one" concept that has resonated with couples all over the world. YES

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A dad isn't defined as the man who makes the child, but rather the man who extends his hands and time to help with the child's raising and his heart to love the child through anything! BLOOD doesn't always make a man a dad, being a DAD comes from the heart.

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Defining Your Goals: For Your Business & Your Life

Defining Your Goals: For Your Business & Your Life | It's about defining specific, measurable goals that will motivate you to achieve them. | Think Creative

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Georges Fouquet - An Art Nouveau gold, enamel and turquoise Beetle ring, after 1904. Stamped G. Fouquet. Consisting of an oval turquoise cabochon set in 'cage' of gold, enamelled green, which defines the insect shape. Source: From Slave to Siren: Dora Jane Janson. #Fouquet #ArtNouveau #ring

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Intimate Boho Chic Babcock Estate Wedding With An Eclectic Rustic Feel | Photograph by Barbara Alessandra Photography http://www.storyboardwedding.com/intimate-boho-chic-babcock-estate-wedding/

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Harriet Tubman was poor, uneducated, abused, uncared for and born into slavery. Instead of allowing her misfortunes to define her, she set out to save one person at a time. And in the process, she changed the world.

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