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Walking Across Love

This week’s “Tell Me”

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(Liana Finck/Tablet Magazine)

In her weekly graphic advice column, “Tell Me,” Liana Finck yesterday explored eerie, suggestive coincidences.

This week, she wants to know: Should love be a bridge to your past? To your heritage? Leave it in the comments, or email Liana at

Rosy Scenarios

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Walking on the other hand is simply gentle; it’s gentle on everything, and therefore it doesn’t wear your body out, but rather strengthens overall.


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