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  1. May 26,  · Malice Intent: Is Love Worth Dying For? by Alba Castillo is the author's memoir surrounding a life that began in Spain, but took her through several different countries as she pursued a better life as a single mother, usually with results that were rarely better/5.
  2. About Malice Intent: Is Love Worth Dying For? Alba Castillo has always been gutsy. A self-proclaimed rebel, she flees her small village in Spain for adventure and new life in the States. But what she meets instead is the devil himself. After several failed relationships, the charming and charismatic Peter seems like a gift from Heaven. Until he.
  3. Jul 26,  · Malice Intent: Is Love Worth Dying For? is a book about one woman’s descent into hell – a hell so pervasive that her very survival was threatened. It is an inspirational story of her strength, will to survive and love of family - pushing her to overcome great obstacles and emerge from the depths of abject poverty, domestic abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, and self-sabotage. Born in in a.
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  5. Love is the universal symbol that makes us all human. We all know what it means, have felt it at one time or another and are always seeking it out. It's the one thing worth fighting for and the one thing worth dying for. You gave your heart away. You took that leap of faith. You jumped in head first.
  6. Nov 04,  · Summary: There is no wonder that God considered us worthy dying for, when one realises how intimately He knows us! His love for you is so deep that he has numbered every hair on your head – and maybe renumbers them when some fall out! 1 2.
  7. A Gospel Worth Dying For “To testify the gospel of the grace of God.”— Acts xx. PAUL says that, in comparison with his great object of preaching the gospel, he did not count even his life to be dear to himself; yet we are sure Paul highly valued life.
  8. You only get one and you don't want to throw it away. But you can't really live it at all unless you're willing to give it up for the things you love. If you're not at least willing to die for something-something that really matters-in the end you die for nothing.”. “Poets, you always write about women worth dying for.

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