The name of this trope is a subversion of the popular saying, "Absence makes the heart grow fonder." (Although the original version of the saying was "Absence makes the heart grow fonder unless it makes the heart go yonder.") The popular saying "Out of sight, out of mind" is more likely to be accurate, though.Interestingly, research has shown that the odds of a relationship surviving a physical separation depends largely on two things: the commitment of the parties involved, and the duration of the separation compared to the duration of the relationship prior to the separation (and the ease of making the separation seem less: compare a long video chat with a terse E-mail).
There was a mountain in there somewhere and god was on top of it and we couldn’t get to him so he sent Jesus down to put together some kind of HOV bypass lane or something. And despite this universal inability to attach a meaningful definition to their proposal, they defend it passionately… Green insists that this is not about evangelism, because we all know how Southern Baptists love to forego evangelism in favor of academic and secular critiques of the bible. But everything in the Bible is true, so I don’t know what Christian parents are worried about?
Director 'Tom Clegg' liked the scene and kept it for the final cut.
"Winnie left the next summer to study art history in Paris. We wrote to each other once a week for the next eight years. with my wife, and my first son -- eight months old.
He worked for his father's welding firm before he decided to become an actor.
He attended RADA in London and appeared in a number of West End stage productions including ...