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Relatives who don't relate aren't kindred

by Staraj on July 21, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


No one's fault, really. Because biology precedes chemistry, chemistry succeeds biology.

Regrettably, sometimes we can't be friends with certain relatives. However, we can endeavor to be civil with them.

As Wayne Dyer says, "Your friends are God's way of apologizing for your relatives."

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