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Love Is... is the name of a comic strip created by New Zealand cartoonist Kim Casali(née Grove) in the late 1960s The strip is syndicated worldwide by Tribune Media Services. The cartoons originated from a series of love notes that Grove drew for her future husband, Roberto Casali. The strip was first published in 1970, under the pen name "Kim", and was syndicated soon after. One of her most famous drawings, "Love Is...being able to say you are sorry", published on February 9, 1972, was marketed internationally for many years in print, on cards and on souvenirs. The beginning of the strip coincided closely with the 1970 film Love Story. The film's signature line is "Love means never having to say you're sorry." At the height of their popularity in the 1970s the cartoons were earning Casali £4-5 million annually
“The question is the key to opening other doorways of possibility.
You’ll never see those doors
and you’ll never even know they are there –
let alone be able to open them – if you don’t ask a question.”
What else is possible here?
So, what else is possible? What if you could change anything?
This is a simple way of following the energy rather
than getting lost in your own private labyrinth of conclusions.
What if you are way more aware than you've ever been willing to see before?
What if using these questions could create more possibilities than you can imagine?
from Access Consciousness Dr Dain Heer