Ten (Spiritual) Thoughts for Valentines’ Day
1. Romance is like salt. If you’ve got a relationship to start out with, it can enhance it. If you’ve got nothing, it will only be a source of bitterness.
2. A soul-mate is someone who, merely being who they are, brings out the best in you.
3. The most powerful experience a couple can have, sex, has the potential to create life. (Nothing is a coincidence.) This is an indication of the holiness and sanctity of marital relations.
4. Spirituality is a critical component of a happy life, and therefore a critical component of a happy union.
5. The True Definition of Love: Love is an appreciation of virtues. Infatuation is an attraction to physicality. Love lasts; infatuation dissipates
6. When feelings aren’t mutual, it’s a good indication that it wasn’t meant to be. You can appreciate another person without having to be their significant other.
7. In deciding who to marry, his/her philosophy of life is the most significant test of compatibility, yet so few people really probe this part of the relationship.
8. The two main things that allow a marriage to last are a sense of humor, and the ability to forgive.
9. At the point when you can realize that you and your spouse are one, there will be no revenge, and no grudges. This is a lofty goal, but attainable in levels.
10. Sometimes truth and justice need to be thrown away-for the sake of peace. Harmony and love will overlook flaws and mistakes.