A bird may love a fish origin

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a bird may love a fish origin

Quote by Joseph Stein: “A bird may love a fish but where would they bui...”

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A Bird May Love A Fish

Joseph Stein — 'A bird may love a fish but where would they build a home together?'.

“A bird may love a fish but where would they build a home together?”

The meaning was, love is not enough…you have to share a compatibility of living and an environment in which both of you can breathe and be who you are. When two people from different worlds try to make a life together, they find that some people are more adaptable than others. In the most successful interfaith relationships to go back to the analogy again perhaps the bird has grown fins and scales, or the fish has developed wings and found a way to breathe even on solid ground. Sometimes, this is even true of relationships between two different kinds of fishes: two different people who are both Jewish, religious even, but are still not on the same page. They went away for a Shavuot retreat weekend, most of which was wonderful. Then, at some point, a discussion began about religion that led to the following proclamations by Tzip :. But as my soulmate or spouse I can not abide by this violation of my bond with G-d.

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Oh haha you did it, you explained the 'truth' of your decidedly strange connection of these two and I love it, cleverly done. Beautifully crafted great rhyme, flow and blend! Best regards! Indeed this IS a Jewel! Then I read this and thought "AHA! Something like this! Add to list.

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