I love you so much!! I hope you love me for other reasons.
You know the saying, “Don’t love someone that you can’t stand?” This applies to partners as well as family members. There are few people better suited to take care of a household and spouse than a mother and father, and one of its keys is that you learn to tolerate each other. A relationship which grows as the years go on will inevitably end badly because if one has a bad day with another, it’s just too much.
Your relationship is more than skin deep, it should involve the family, friends, neighbors, and anyone else who comes in contact with you and for better or worse; it should be a family not just for you, but for your children, your grandchildren and others that you care. This will make your bond stronger and help you in the long run, but like all bond, its not one you can control.
All your faults should be forgiven, and because of these faults, the relationship will become stronger. We should remember the truth from the Bhagavad Gita about the importance of forgiveness, “But the wicked will be destroyed by themselves, and their portion of society will be filled with wickedness.
Love should be understood to be the most powerful motivation. When you accept Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, the love that you have for your mate and family can grow to the point where you begin to share their love with other people around you. The love of a true believer is unconditional, and it includes joy that goes beyond words.