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Frequent visits, presents, intimate correspondence, and intermarriages within allowed bounds, are means of keeping up the concern and affection that nature requires from relations.

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Source Notes: Fruits of Solitude: Reflections and Maxims Relating to the Conduct of Human Life (part 1), "Marriage," no. 105 (1693). Many couples may find Penn's advice interesting (what does he mean by "intermarriages"?) and inspiring (although for them probably only the presents would have a practical application).

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