Love transcends emotions. Love goes way beyond feelings to actions, to decisions, to commitments. Feelings fade. Emotions are fickle. When you claim to love someone based on how you feel only, such won’t last. Because as soon as those feelings fade, you are on to the next person. … More Has the Meaning of Love Changed
Love is the most hyped word in existence, highly misused, and relatively misconstrued. It is, therefore, no wonder that there are a large number of misconceptions about love. … More 6 Misconceptions About Love
Prior to February 14, people seek out for a Valentine (Val). Someone they can identify with on St. Valentine’s day, someone to express romantic affection, give gifts, exchange cards, kisses, etc.
I understand for singles, when asked who is your Val? In order not to feel left out, your quick response is Jesus. But is Jesus really your Lover or a gap filler for lonely nights? … More Is Jesus Really your Valentine?
It is Valentine’s day soon – a season where you express love especially through giving gifts.
Giving gifts is an art and anyone can master it. One thing to keep in mind is that the value of a gift is not seen only in how expensive it is but also in how thoughtful it is.
Everyone loves a gift that can make them say, ‘you know me so well’ or ‘how did you know I wanted this?’ You can get those same responses even with seemingly generic gifts. … More Gift Ideas for Your Loved Ones This Season
Relationships are like glass, sometimes it’s better to leave them broken than try to hurt yourself putting it back together.
Getting over a broken heart can take a lot of energy, work and time. It’s like quicksand; it takes and takes. You might think you’re over it, then the memories filter through your eyes. The scenes play like the fairytale you imagined – the happily-ever-after narrative. You get washed up with feelings all over again. … More Dealing with Heartbreak
A wise man once said, “if you have five wise friends, not too long you would be sixth. If you have five foolish friends not too long you would be the sixth.” Who are your friends? Sometimes, we tend to have bad friends without knowing or distancing ourselves from such unhealthy relationships. … More Signs it’s Time to Dissolve a Friendship
Because friends are so important, it is necessary to prune our circles when necessary; dissolving friendships that do not align with our personal purpose any longer. However, ending friendships is easier said than done and it’s perfectly normal to doubt your decision to cut off a friend. … More Signs it Might be Time to Dissolve a Friendship
The stage of teenagehood is considered one of the most confusing stage that can ever be experienced by a man.
It is hence no doubt that teenagers constantly need an everlasting heart and an ever-listening ears, which is God’s, to resolve the constant confusion of life. … More Why I Need a Relationship with God as a Teenager
Yes, you’ve seen these people at their best and worst moments: you’ve seen them laugh and cry. You’ve seen them pull of their shirts when there’s heat. You’ve seen them confused. Maybe you’ve even seen them snore or fart!
But you should learn to ignore their weakness/humanity. Learn to respect their ingenuity, strengths, and wisdom. Learn to submit to them and get things solved.
That solution or improvement you desire in your career, relationship, spiritual growth, attitude, behavior/habit and so on may just be around you. That friend of yours whom you laugh together all the time may have the solution. Your boyfriend/girlfriend may know the way out. That lady/guy who is younger than you may know just what you need. … More The Cost of Familiarity