More powerful than a million, empty words

When someone is going through a storm,
your silent presence is more powerful
than a million, empty words.

~Thema Davis


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  1. Rodell Smith

    December 13, 2014

    I relate and encourage you to continue to put out great post

  2. Carlos Bation

    December 13, 2014

    Good morning jenh at UR side..encouraging words thank U ..whish U all the best god bless ..Ingat my Love my Dear my beautiful Lady

  3. Rana Singh

    December 13, 2014

    Beautiful post :)))

  4. Raghav panday

    December 13, 2014

    O.k . all right as you say wish u peace full dream lua,,,,,

  5. Jose Manuel Rosales

    December 13, 2014

    Te quiero ,así expresó mi amor , a los demás ,con besos y abrazos

  6. Ajay Agnihotri

    December 13, 2014

    Nice posting Jendhamuni..good morning.

  7. Jose Manuel Rosales

    December 13, 2014

    se puede demostrar el amor con palabras si necesidad de hechos

  8. dagesh sen

    December 14, 2014

    very cute fiower

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