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    Shelia Applegate
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    “The best place to start loving is the one place most of us avoid at all costs. Love Yourself!Fall in love with Yourself.” Enchanted One

    This a quote from a book I published a few months ago called ” Enchanted One: The Portal To Love”

    What do you think about the idea of falling in love with yourself? Is self love the foundation that allows us to love others? Can we truly love someone else unconditionally if we do not love ourselves? I am interested in your thoughts

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    Canadian Eagle
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    If you don’ fall in love with yourself how can you love someone else ?

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