Mary: Jane, I'm very upset about something. Can I talk with you? I'd like your opinion.
Jane: What is it about? Oh, is it about Ed?
Mary: Yeah, sort of....
Jane: So, what's up?
Mary: What do you think of Ed, Jane?
Jane: What do I think of him? You know him better than I do, don't you?
Mary: Please, don't tease me. Just tell me.
Jane: Well, remember the other day when you said that Ed is a man who really shows you nothing but consideration?
Jane: And remember you said that he really makes you happy?
Mary: Yeah. (Heave a sigh) Ed is indeed a gentleman. He has wonderful manners and is respectful of me. But I'm really bothered by his past!
Jane: His past!? Was he an ex-con or something?
Mary: No, no, no. That's not what I mean. He used to have a girlfriend and he loved her very much. He almost married her if it were not for an accident.
Jane: Oh, I see. But why are you so bothered? That's already a history, isn't it?
Mary: I know. But I just can't get it off my mind.
Jane: Come on, Mary. You're just being a little jealous, but that's just fine. You know, when you love him, you've got to love his past, his everything.... You've got to love him as a whole.
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