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Nallely_Mayorga wrote:
23 Mar 2020, 09:46
I like this history because the point of view of the author is a different way that other people see and that’s what make this different and unique.
I hope the book will inspire its readers about what it means to love your neighbor.
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23 Mar 2020, 09:02
I am glad the book can impact some knowledge on love without being judgmental to other viewpoints. Nice review
Such a result would be a success. Thank you for your appreciation!
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The Religion itself was the way of not judging the love of a one person.

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What can we really get done rightly in the world without love. Love simply holds everything in place. The bible even said it that faith, hope and love do endure but the greatest of them all is live. If only humans can live together in love then there won't be racism nor war. Let us live together in love I say

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What a colorful book with a myriad of possible meanings. I found it really interesting that the author was able to keep a positive light on a somewhat dark undertone from the murder. Great and thorough review.
I cannot change the past because it is gone and I cannot tell what tomorrow will be like as it has not happened. What I can do is live today as life is happening now.

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What a colorful book with a myriad of possible meanings. I found it really interesting that the author was able to keep a positive light on a somewhat dark undertone from the murder. Great and thorough review.
I cannot change the past because it is gone and I cannot tell what tomorrow will be like as it has not happened. What I can do is live today as life is happening now.

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I like how all the characters were respected despite the fact that some were bad but we're hiding behind religion the author still showed love to all...Thank you for sharing

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I like this history because the point of view of the author is a different platforms,that other people see , that makes it unique and breathe taking

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Anafi Rollo wrote:
23 Mar 2020, 12:08
The Religion itself was the way of not judging the love of a one person.
That's the idea! Thank you for your comment.
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Dr_ollayemi wrote:
23 Mar 2020, 12:25
What can we really get done rightly in the world without love. Love simply holds everything in place. The bible even said it that faith, hope and love do endure but the greatest of them all is live. If only humans can live together in love then there won't be racism nor war. Let us live together in love I say
Indeed, that would be the best attitude. Thank you for your comment.
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Mounce574 wrote:
23 Mar 2020, 14:04
What a colorful book with a myriad of possible meanings. I found it really interesting that the author was able to keep a positive light on a somewhat dark undertone from the murder. Great and thorough review.
In a world with a lot of darkness, the author reminded us that love is a powerful light. Thank you for your appreciation!
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moryj-1108 wrote:
23 Mar 2020, 16:43
I like how all the characters were respected despite the fact that some were bad but we're hiding behind religion the author still showed love to all...Thank you for sharing
Eventually, bad people reveal their true faces, but that's when they'll be judged, not before, and not because they belong to a certain category. Thank you for your comment.
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Stephen richard wrote:
23 Mar 2020, 21:58
I like this history because the point of view of the author is a different platforms,that other people see , that makes it unique and breathe taking
In a way, the author goes back to the basics of love with no strings attached. Thank you for your comment.
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Very serious interested book, so much impact in love, good review, wonderful.

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Chimark94 wrote:
24 Mar 2020, 08:00
Very serious interested book, so much impact in love, good review, wonderful.
Glad you appreciated this book. Thank you for your appreciation!
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