The word 'Romantic'

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Re: The word 'Romantic'

Postby theadvertheretic » Fri Feb 26, 2010 11:09 am

I am sorry I did not check this post before.

Romanticism is put so beautifully by you, as a Romantic yourself. The reason I had put it here was because I had seen several people talking about Romanticism as a manner of courting and as some setting, which was altogether labeled in one single word. Which was completely against what Romanticism actually is. Mirjana, you have done my favor proud.


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Re: The word 'Romantic'

Postby mirjana » Fri Feb 26, 2010 1:47 pm

It is nice that it answered your question. =0/ I am happy for that.
I do believe that deep spirits who are here in Deep Spirits are mostly romantics, kindred souls in this aspect as well. The journey of exploring is continuing and it cannot be limited, as spirit is limitless.

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