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Igniting the Conversation

12 Responses

  1. Steve Kubien says:

    Simple. Brilliant. I will remember this for future relationships.

  2. deanabo says:

    That is a brilliant idea!

  3. Meg says:

    Thank you for sharing…what a great idea!

  4. vidablogg says:

    Great idea/concept.

  5. Rascal says:

    You are amazing and kudos to Sir Beef too

  6. gemmautting says:

    Wonderful! You are both so wise to recognize the process of conversation “says” as much as the words. Indeed, studies show that conversations tend to end on the same note they begin. Start out with high volume tension, or even low volume trepidation, and it’s hard to change the music. Begin with lighted candle intention, wow. No problem imagining how these talks will go.

  7. semirenegade says:

    All relationships have the capacity to mold in ways we choose. Your candles demonstrate the wonders of creativity. It’s beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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