Can a couple be honest and still have passion?

Which is more important to you – honesty or passion? Can one truly exist without the other? If you can’t be honest in all areas of your relationship, is the passion experienced mutual or falsified by the other? Doesn’t true honesty honored by both, clear the air, and lead to a greater connection laced with a healthy dose of unbridled passion? If a relationship isn’t built on honesty then what is it built on? Is the passion you speak of really passion or it is something more seedy that one might get with an electrical instrument? We must redefine the norm and establish honored truth’s, saturated with respect, mutual submission, and at times setting your rights aside to ensure the rights of your spouse take center stage. The greatest love story told is the one of one who lays down his or her life for the greater good – does your marriage factor into such sacrifice that you honor the vows taken for better or worse, in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer for as long as you both shall live. This vow should not be entered into lightly so be sure your relationship is
 based upon the things that last over time. Passion has it place, but if something happens to one or the other and passion has to take a back seat for a time, does your relationship have what it takes to stand the test of time? Remember for better or for worse. Can you handle the truth? Is truth a constant or simply what you were willing to accept at the moment? Truth works both ways so whose honesty are you really questioning?

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