I’m absolutely obsessed with this spoken word performance of the poem “When Love Arrives.” Knowing and accepting love for exactly how it shows up, couldn’t be a more beautiful concept.




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    Dear Beth:
    Thanks for publishing what I wrote about the French meaning of “I miss you”. It was such a surprise to see it so beautifully illustrated on your site.
    You are such an inspiration to me.
    It seems I am the only celebrant able to offer wedding celebrations in French in New York City at present. I often have couples from France coming to NY for destination weddings. This Spring I am offering the beautiful Cadenas d’Amour ceremony which is so popular in France. (One can go on line to see all the locks hanging from the Pont des Arts in Paris). In the US, it is called the Lovelocks Ceremony. After the wedding, couples can go hang their love lock to the Brooklyn Bridge, then throw away the key in the river. The lock never to be opened again, thus – legend says – locking the couple’s love to their soul for eternity. You can’t get more romantic than that.
    Best Wishes,
    Reverend Monique

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