On a beautiful late spring afternoon, twenty-five years ago, two best girlfriends went on a date with different guys. They were very much alike, these two young girls. Both had already been in long happy relationships and were doing better than the average single, both were personable and both - as young girls are - were filled with ambitious dreams for their future marriage and husband.
Recently, these two women returned to college for their 25th reunion.
They were still very much alike. Both had a fulfilling job. Both were still very attractive. Both lived in a great house. Both had three children. And both, it turned out, had almost the same husband.
But there was a difference. One of the women was secretly seeking a divorce because she felt unhappy about her marriage. The other was still full of love and magic - and praised her husband in front of everyone.
- What Made The Difference
Have you ever wondered, as I have, what makes this kind of difference in people's lives? It isn't always a "it didn't work out" or "he doesn't love me any more". It isn't that one person wants a happy relationship and the other doesn't.
The difference lies in what each person knows about long-lasting love and how he or she makes use of that knowledge.
And that is why I am writing to you and to people like you about the 50 Dollar Lesson about Love. For that is the whole purpose of this piece of art: To give its readers knowledge about what matters in a relationship - knowledge that they can use in love and romance for their happy marriage. So they will not regret the marriage years later.
What's your love story?
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About the Author
"that she lost due to rather tragic events her magic from once"
And I am thinking about it. Is it possible to lose his own magic?
A to a certain extent fearful question.
But in this moment in this café, it was different. There was magic there and it was not mine.
It must have been hers, coming back to life again.
- Fenris & Farson, The 50 Dollar Lesson about Love