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Some Thoughts On Marriage

>> 10/09/2008

I got this email long time ago, pardon me 'cause I forgot the source. but this knocks some senses on everyone who is having thoughts on getting married





The truly lucky people are the ones who manage to become long-time friends before they realize they are attracted to each other. They get to know each other's laughs, passions, sadness, and fears. They see each other at their worst and at their best. They share time together before they get swept into the entangling intimacy of their sexuality. This is the ideal, but not often possible. If you fall under the spell your sexual attraction immediately, you need to look beyond it for other keys to compatibility.

One of these is laughter. Laughter tells you how much you will enjoy each other's company over the long term. If your laughter together is good and healthy, and not at the expense of others, then you have a healthy relationship to the world. Laughter is the child of surprise. And if you can always surprise each other, you can always keep the world around you new. Beware of a relationship in which there is no laughter. Even the If you can make each other laugh, you can always surprise each other.most intimate relationships based only on seriousness have a tendency to turn sour.



Over time, sharing a common serious viewpoint on the world tends to turn you against those who do not share the same viewpoint, and your relationship can become based on being critical together After laughter, look for a partner who deals with the world in a way you respect. When two people first get together, they tend to see their relationship as existing only in the space between the two of them. They find each other endlessly fascinating, and the overwhelming power of the emotions they are sharing obscures the outside world. As the relationship ages and grows, the outside world becomes important again.

If your partner treats people or circumstances in a way you can't accept, you will inevitably come to grief. Look at the way she cares for others and deals with the daily affairs of life. If that makes you love her more, your love will grow. If it does not, be careful. If you do not respect the way you each deal with the world around you, eventually the two of you will not respect each other.

1 comments:

Mommie Van October 10, 2008 at 10:00 AM  

great read dez, thanks for sharing!
by the way i have something for you its HERE

enjoy the weekend!

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