We all experienced helplessness, despair, but also hope and a new form of love for each other.
Fast forward 30 years and the world is even more divided than it was when it had an actual wall dividing it.
Sitting outside my favourite cafe in the sun today though, it’s hard not to be grateful for the little things.
So maybe not saying I love you is the smarter choice, the choice that keeps your heart safe.
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