The couple, the only treasure worth finding
It's worth finding an objective to live for. Something that moves us very deeply and allows us to live knowing where we are headed and why. If we find our goal, we have found a treasure.
When we fall in love, we are not able to see that this relationship can go through serious difficulties. It is not error, but inaction that makes man fail. We are constantly wrong in interpersonal relationships.
There are those who are capable of creating the opportune conditions to re-establish those ties and who block in their hearts and in their heads any possibility of reunion. The great difficulty usually consists of hoping that it is the other who gets going. That is the great excuse for not solving most of the misunderstandings, dislikes, distances, ruptures and problems.
Love is not a passion but an activity. Activity, getting started to do, say think, wait must have an objective. It is necessary to think: "Why do I make this effort, why do I do it, what do I want to achieve?"
The men and women who go through our consultations sometimes say: "I do not know what I would have decided to do if I did not have children, but my children ..." The family we create is one of the most serious and important things we are capable of doing in our entire lives. Those children that we have had the privilege to see grow, educate, guide, embrace, maintain, see fly and form other families are our great responsibility until we die. Your happiness depends in large part on our behavior. From our effort to be as good as possible. Not perfect, but good.
That means staying together husband and wife even if they see us fight against difficulties that may seem insurmountable, even if we get tired, even if we do not seem to do everything as well as we should, although, although ... They deserve stability in order to live well . They deserve to think about the goal. Everyone has to look for theirs, your treasure
For some, the beauty of life, great happiness, arises as a result of seeing them united as a pineapple. They are sure of their parents' love and convinced that neither money, nor great jobs, nor anything material, tangible can produce greater happiness than the certainty that they have a family that loves them unconditionally. And they know it because they notice it. They notice it because love is an action, not a passion.