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Posted by Bowdoin514 (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 29, 05 at 8:48

Was wondering if you knew the author of the framed quote your sister gave you. It read, "Sometimes when one person is missing, the whole world seems depopulated." I liked it so much, I was wondering who wrote it. Would be proper for me most days.
One of my favorites (heard it on Oprah years ago) is, "There are no such things as coincidences...only miracles where God wishes to remain anonymous."
Emma in PA

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RE: DarrylsMom...question

Hi there thanks for reading my message. This came from a little calendar which almost like a book that had different quotes everyday. My sister though of my son when she read it so she cut it out and put it in a little frame, at the bottom of it it says Lamartine don't know if it's the author must look it up so that's all I have. Take care and Happy New Year hope it's better then the last. Darlene

RE: DarrylsMom...question

Bowdoin, try this site:

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