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by Natasha Lunn

Conversations on Love

“Mundane things melt away in the face of a serious diagnosis. There’s more room for important things to take up space in your mind. I also think time changes. Obviously we knew Paul didn’t have a lot of time-he had a few months to live. Suddenly, we had that knowledge and time collapsed. It felt like we were holding hands in the past and the present and the future all at once. We knew his life was going to end, but that the truth of our love and life would not, and that, even though our time together would stop, in another sense it would never end.

― Natasha Lunn, Conversations on Love

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