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In 365 Days of Love, best-selling author Daphne Rose Kingma writes with startling insight and clarity on the meaning and magic of love, offering readers a welcome opportunity to reflect each day on the love in their lives. With her characteristic poetic prose and warmhearted style, Kingma explores the elements and expressions of love, helping the reader to see clearly its many-faceted possibilities.

Designed to be read daily to inspire, affirm, remind, encourage, support, and comfort, this little book is the perfect companion for lovers of all ages.

"Read it, one day at a time, to yourself or with someone you love, contemplate what it says, try to do what it asks of you, and your capacity to love (and be loved) will grow." -Daphne Rose Kingma

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ISBN: 9781609254544
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