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In French you don't really say I miss you you say tu me manques which is closer to you are missing from me

In French you don't really say I miss you you say tu me manques which is closer to you are missing from me
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In French, you don't really say "I miss you."

You say "tu me manques" which is closer to "you are missing from me."

I love that, "You are missing from me."

You are a part of me, you are essential to my being.

You are like a lumb, or an organ, or blood.

I cannot function without you.

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Do your thing do it unapologetically don't be discouraged by criticism you probably already know what they're going to say pay no mind to the fear of failure it's far more valuable than success

Do your thing do it unapologetically don't be discouraged by criticism you probably already know what they're going to say pay no mind to the fear of failure it's far more valuable than success

Love in truth doesn't need any other adjectives it doesn't require modifiers it doesn't require the condition of perfection it only asks that you show up and do your best

Love in truth doesn't need any other adjectives it doesn't require modifiers it doesn't require the condition of perfection it only asks that you show up and do your best

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