Thursday, 17 November 2016

MARRIED LIFE: THINKING RIGHT TOWARDS YOUR SPOUSE AND OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS

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You are welcome to this week’s edition of Marriage Management Matters (3M) on Tectono Business Review. We thank the management of Tectono Business Review, especially the CEO, Chief Ugwokeh Nnaemeka, for having given us this opportunity of using his platform to reach out to the entire world.

This period of the year is seriously invested in strengthening various homes across the globe. Married couples are advised to work towards ensuring that their homes are conducive environment for family members to bond together. We beg of you to think right towards your spouse and other family members owing to the fact that it tells what is in your mind.

The great religions of the world teach us to think right towards people. Christianity teaches to “do unto others what you want them to do to you”, as recorded in Mathew 7:12. According to Islam, “none if you is a believer until he desires his brother that which he desires for himself.” Judaism teaches: “What is hateful to you, do not to your fellow man.” This is the entire law, the rests are commentaries. Buddhism teaches: “Hurt not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful.” Hinduism instructs: “This is the sum of the duty; do naught unto others which would cause you pain if done to you.”

Thinking right towards one partner helps us with a better understanding from the words of wisdom in the Ecclesiastes 4:9-12:  “Two are better off than one because together they can work more effectively. If it is cold, the two can sleep together and stay warm whereas it is very difficult for one to keep warm all by himself. Two men can resist an attack that would have defeated one man. A rope made of three cords is hard to break.”

So, it is very crucial that we understand our partners; we must get to their skin and feel what they feel, know what they know so that when they approach us in their roles, we have the fullest possible understanding of what they see from us and how best we can come to terms with them.

Remember that while all these are taking place, you are having a very blissful, peaceful, happy and productive home and love will continually remain in your marriage. Happy married life. Stay blessed as you we look forward to meeting you again next week.

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