Monday, September 28, 2009

Sunday, September 6, 2009


looking at friends around me who are real in love with their partners,
being together as a couple for 4 years, 6 years,7 years, and even 9 years..
they have gone through thousand of obstacles together, supporting each other,
giving each other endless kindness, and the most important thing is..
the care that they gave for each other..
to hold a relationship for such a long period..i would said that its really a hard work.
it needs unwavering patience to stay up long and the bond of love.

two different creature by god..
a boy and a girl,
with totally different characters, personalities, interests and background.
they bumped into each other, be a part of each other and a part of their soul.
love is not measurable, it is all incompassing.
it exits by the day to day annoyances and disagreements,
they are days that they make each other crazy and there are things that they annoy the other..
but those things never affect their love for each other.
is it true that the longer you are with someone you love ,
the more comfortable you become and the better you understand that person
so in that way, your relationship become stronger.

do you agree with this talk?
or its somehow the other way round.
the more you go through together, the more history you had and the more experiences you shared,... the more quarrels and disagrees you both will had.

love seems the swiftest, but it is the slowest of all growths. no man or woman really knows what perfect love is until they have been married a quarter of a century.
to built a long lasting relationship, respect is the most important aspect.
to have a positive thinking rather than disillusionment is how they maintain their relationship.
im in touched and delighted to see those friends with happily long lasting relationship.
this proven that they are able to make themselves to have fun together, without selfishness, without conflicts and without unrealistic expectations.
for friends with long lasting relationship,
be proud of the foundation that u both built, the life-long stage setting,
and the meaningful relatioship u have for the past,