Mark Twain (1835–1910) to his wife, Livy

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You are dearer to me to­day, my child, than you were upon the last an­niver­sary of this birth­day; you were dearer then than you were a year be­fore–you have grown more and more dear from the first of those an­niver­saries, and I do not doubt that this pre­cious pro­gres­sion will con­tinue on to the end. Let us look for­ward to the com­ing an­niver­saries, with their age and their gray hairs with­out fear and with­out de­pres­sion, trust­ing and be­liev­ing that the love we bear each other will be suf­fi­cient to make them blessed

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