About This Quote
The quote, "Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation," was written by the Italian writer and philosopher, Antonio Porchia. This quote is best used when someone is experiencing a very important and defining moment in their life and is ready to move on with their lives. This quote can be used as a reminder that people must experience true love before they can truly understand what it means to truly love another person. That is why we must learn how to live without somebody else until we know how to live alone.
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