Mary died unexpectedly. But when she died, God didn’t read her obituary, he read her heart–a heart that grew in love every time she asked, “What’s your will for me, Lord?”
One writer scoffs that nobody keeps altruistic New Year’s resolutions—or does anything good for selfless motives. One family’s compassion proved that false; altruistic New Year’s Resolutions followed.
Their marriage lived because their attitude of heart carried them past the dangerous places where marriages die. Theirs is a mutual love that says, “I do things for him and he does things for me.”
Some experts say that married couples should freely indulge in sexual fantasies about “someone else.” But fantasies do more than hurt a spouse’s feelings, they destroy love.
Two studies, of sorts, made headlines last week. The first, by Australian researchers, says that personal choices, reflected in our priorities and goals, have the greatest impact on our long-term happiness. People who prioritize God, family and altruistic goals (e.g. helping the homeless, being generous, or volunteering) are more likely to find happiness than those…
Women need to stop tolerating adolescent and narcissistic behavior in their boyfriends. Why not insist that they grow up? Otherwise, dump them.