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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2002 2:31 pm 
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:wink: i need to know who said this qoute....
or something like it....
"the most inspired choice a man can make is to wander the path towards a woman's heart".... if anyone knows who said it.. please let me know ASAP

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2002 4:42 pm 

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Only thing I found that was close (it is recent, not a classic)

The wanderlust brought on by a thousand trips to far off exotic lands or distant isolated islands will never surpass the psychological and physical pleasures that one finds along the many pathways towards a woman's heart.
Those feelings that one can touch along the way can raise the traveler's consciousness to new previously unreachable heights, heights from where he thinks that he will be able to look down and see all that lies ahead.
Portions of the heart, perhaps, but not into a woman's soul, for the soul of a woman is eternal, a place a man can only strive to reach. He will soon realize that the more he learns about a woman, the less he really knows about women.
When God created women, she improved upon her first mistake, and placed upon the earth unbelievable complexity and beauty, this time created in the form of her own image.
With a heart that could be reached, perhaps, but an eternal soul that no mortal man would ever fully understand.
Still, with all things considered, man will continue to purchase tickets over and over again just to travel on those pathways leading to a woman's heart.
A trip with many obtainable pleasures, but indeed without an end.
In the meanwhile, his trips to other far off distant and exotic places must wait, as the heart of his quest for pleasure lies within the center of another being.
In the ultimate of this earth's most wondrous of all God's creations, A woman.
~ Lord Michael ~
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