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When I think of the happiness that is in store for me, every sorrow, every pain becomes dear to me.

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When I think of the happiness that is in store for me, every sorrow, every pain becomes dear to me. - Francis of Assisi

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Author's Biography:
Name: Francis of Assisi
Born: 1182 Died: 3 October 1226
Profession: Saint |


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