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Whatever will be, will be

Que sera sera. Whatever will be will be.i am weepy my mother used to sing this song when i was a child she has since passed and i will never hear her sing this side of heaven…. but i still hear the music in my heart

Trust in the LORD and you will walk through any storm unharmed, and come out stronger the other side. Description from cool.org.il. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Jesus is our Sabbath Rest now, not a certain day of the week! We can "Rest" in Him DAILY! No need to wait for Saturday or Sunday!

Pablo Neruda Quotes In Spanish. QuotesGram 'I love you as certain dark things are to be loved, in secret, between the shadow and the soul.'

My all time favorite poem. Pablo Neruda Sonnet XVII - Read at my wedding in both Spanish and English. No one else knew love like Neruda.

41 Sentence Quotes That Will Leave You Speechless #Quotes #Inspirational Quotes

41 Sentence Quotes That Will Leave You Speechless

Music quotes- especially right now- I love Spanish music and I'm listening to it right now and feel a very positive vibe and when I open Pinterest I see this                                                                                                                                                                                  More

Dear Music, I will never be able to Thank you enough for always being there for me. ron was my music man, I love listening to music that we shared together.

Our Favorite Relationship Quotes – BoredBug

SO true. the best kind of relationships begin unexpectedly. when you get the astonished feeling everything happens so suddenly. that's why you don't look for love. it comes to you just at the right time; the time you never thought it would have.

Most of pablo neruda's 100 love sonnets were inspire from the love he felt for his third wife. It mightve been his third but it was true. These sonnets are amazing.

Wedding Ceremony Reading: Pablo Neruda's Sonnet XVII

pronunciation | “sO-bRe-‘mA-sanote | the word is different in Spanish than in Portuguese, where it just means ‘dessert’.

Sobremesa, the time spent around the table after lunch or dinner, talking to the people you shared the meal with; time to digest and savor both food and friendship. Our family tonight with my mum and dad here, precious moments :))

Duende  (n.) the mysterious power of art to deeply move a person.

This reminds me of my childhood. - El Duende Duende (n.) the mysterious power of art to deeply move a person.