Collective Consciousness - Love you
by Life Positive
After 13 sweet years of married life, love is not a mere attraction; itís a complete understanding. We live like lovers by giving surprises and gifts to each other, and confiding secrets to each other. We understand each other without uttering a word. We respect each otherís feelings, and support each other through thick and thin.I still write letters to my husband when he is out of station. Life Positive magazine has also played a great role in making our life positive.
PREETI SETHI, VIA EMAIL
Having lived 54 years and five months of married life we learnt many things together Ė patience, respect, honesty, and unconditional care and love for each other. This made all the difference in our married life. We respected each otherís differences and never quarrelled in front of the children. They, in turn, have learnt many things from us, such as honesty, love, purity, and selflessness. Unity and unconditioned love were our strength! My husbandís demise in 2008 due to a doctorís error came as a shock, but our enduring love strengthens me.
THANKAM VISWANATHAN, VIA EMAIL
There is no strategy nor have I attempted any in keeping my marital relationship alive. I have been savouring it as if it were a mountain stream Ė beautiful, lively, and pure. It grows on you and on its own, finding its own way. Mutual respect keeps our marriage fit and in turn, our marriage keeps our love intact. Although the relationship is all-powerful, yet it requires a little cajoling by way of doing little things or sometimes by not doing things. Not as a strategy, but may be to acknowledge to each other that the love is not only alive but still kicking.
DIWAKAR ADEEB, VIA EMAIL
Love is in the mind and I never had to look for it elsewhere. I have kept it alive in my marriage by experiencing together, trivial as well as major happenings. Watching our children grow and getting what they wanted in life was a great feeling and doing it together made it still more enjoyable. Togetherness, without sacrificing our personal spaces, has been the key in keeping our love alive and intact all these years. Mutual respect and care are the natural byproducts which now act as catalysts to further strengthen the bond between the two of us.
SHAKTI ADEEB, VIA EMAIL
My married relationship is alive and kicking because of one single rule. In all adversities I sat down to write all the good qualities of my partner which I cherish and canít live without. We are contented in life because we always thank God for all we have in our present life Ėit couldnít be better.
MANJU KOHLI, VIA EMAIL
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