I was once at a gathering of women where the speaker was giving an exhortation. Of all that she said, the line of thought that stayed with me and keeps me going even till now was: “What if Tomorrow never comes?” “What if you never marry?” “What if you never own a house?”
“I Love You, I Love You, I Love You! Don’t You Know?” “No, I don’t! How will I know? I don’t read minds!” True Talk. Love is to be expressed. You can’t claim to love your spouse if you don’t say or show it – in fact, you may even say it and they won’t believe because you don’t show it.
Every plant needs to be nurtured to grow. This same way, every marriage needs nourishment to grow. The three-pronged nourishment that every marriage needs is Love, Affection and Desire. These three words may seem synonymous – and in reality they should be – but they often aren’t always present in the right doses in every marriage.
“…every child has a love language that fills their love cup. Whenever you use it, you fill the cup…”
“…If there’s so much love, why do we have so many unresolved issues? Why is it that a number of us feel frustrated and feel like the other person does not love us as they so claim to do?”
Our #Inspired Series is a time where I share some of my #LifeLessons. These are things I glean from others, book I come across, some random quote somewhere, practical life issues, and even from my friends and family members. This past week was a journey of Discovery for me on many fronts. I learnt quite a lot about my fears and how to handle them. I’d like to share some of those lessons about fear […]