Do you believe that love and tragedy go hand in hand?
This is based to the statement of Nicholas Sparks..
It is merely sensible to understand that while one pole is positively charged the other gets negatively charged, Hence help yourself being neutral
No, if it is the real, deal then it should not go hand in hand with tragic, not unless it is e.g. you guys been married for forty years and your partner died, otherwise, if it is tragic, it is not love. Time to break up
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