My Favorite Inspiring Quotes
Love & Marriage
Commentary by Peter Shepherd
I guess some happy marriages are silent, but still there's a conversation of feelings and intentions.
You can be happy on your own, but God is it better when you find your "other half" and you both recognize you belong together! "Marriage has some thorns, but celibacy has no roses."
It's egotism that wrecks marriages - "I'm right, you're wrong, ha ha" - just as any other kind of relationship. This might be tolerated for a while but gradually a barrier builds up, then one day the relationship breaks down. Many couples stay together anyway because of the difficulties of parting. But the solution is to finally begin open communication heart to heart, with compassion and forgiveness, and both learning the lessons. Then the true marriage could begin.
"Till death do us part," and even then, not so...
Love is forever... there's so much evidence of this in NDEs and mediumship - see Is There Life After Death?
Here’s some further reading on this theme...
It can happen gradually, as time passes. You realize, one day, that although there is still love, there is no real connection anymore between you and your partner. Or perhaps you realize it suddenly, and perhaps what you realize - even while you acknowledge that there is still love - is not that there is no real connection anymore, but that there never was one. Continues...
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