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Por siempre / para siempre

This thread reminded me of a question I've been meaning to ask a native Spanish speaker about for years, but I always forget.

The question concerns para siempre and por siempre. If I understand correctly, para siempre is the "correct" way to say forever, but I hear por siempre from native speakers as well.

What is the difference between the two? Which is more common? Is there a slight difference in meaning?

If you find something wrong with my Spanish, please correct it!
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para siempre, por siempre


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