Relationship


I never thought I would propose. Never thought couple of years back that I would do something what I thought was so absurd and stupid like this. Never thought I would make news that I reviled to hear about before. I never understood the proper sense and intent of a “*Proposal*” till then. In fact, I don’t understand it completely even now.


The cool strong breeze kept my eyes only half-lit, which sighted the beauty of the gloomy, dim illuminated dusk. There was a slight sprinkle around the corner, soothing and keeping the romantic effect of that magical evening at ease. It was an ideal state. It was my favorite day, preferred time of the day, proper weather and best place to be and of course she was there, the apple of my eye. The stage was set for a *Perfect Proposal*.


It was not that I had waited for a day like this but it just happened. I arrived there little early and kept wondering “Am I really going to do this?” The entire idea of a proposal kept me troubling all the time. This was simply because I did not intend to do this anymore. I was sitting on one bench. Slightly elevated place from where a diminished view of the entire residential area around could be seen. It was urban outskirts, I will say.

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frndship is a rare jewel that shines,
only when u give it a sunny smile

frndship is a lock dat opens,
only when u unlock ur true self to it

frndship is a song,which is sung,
only when u know its rhythm

frndship is a dream,which comes true,
only when u believe in it

frndship is a throne,on which u can sit,
only when u share ur kingdom wid it

frndship is a path,which u will find,
only when u know u r lost

frndship is a hand dat holds urs,
only when u extends urs

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1.    Never feel guilty about not able to cook

But do worry about not leading a healthy life style.

2.    Never feel guilty about earning more than him.

But do worry about not having time for each other.

3.    Never feel guilty about not having children

But do worry about not making an informed decision.

4.    Never feel guilty about not converting to his religion.

But do worry about biasing the children.

5.    Never feel guilty about keeping your surname.

But do worry about not understanding the implications of being couple.

6.    Never feel guilty about walking out of your marriage or partnership.

But do worry about making snap judgments about your partner.

7.    Never feel guilty about saying no to sex

But do worry about allowing days to turn into months and month to turn into problem.

 


A professor stood before his philosophy class
And had some items in front of him.
When the class began, wordlessly,
He picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar and proceeded to fill it with golf balls.


He then asked the students, if the jar was full. They agreed that it was.

The professor then picked up a box of pebbles and poured
them into the jar. He shook the jar lightly.
The pebbles rolled into the open areas between the golf balls.


He then asked the students again if the jar was full. They agreed it was.

The professor next picked up a box of sand and poured it into the jar. Of course, the sand filled up everything else.

He asked once more if the jar was full. The students responded with a unanimous 'yes.'

The professor then produced two cups of coffee from under the table and poured the entire contents into the jar, effectively filling the empty space between the sand. The students laughed.

'Now,' said the professor, as the laughter subsided,

'I want you to recognize that this jar represents your life.

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If you want more closeness; if you desire relationships that are deeper and broader, more meaningful and longer-lasting, then remember the word "travel."


T is for TRUST :
Trust is the glue that holds people together (not Super Glue). A relationship will go nowhere without it.


R is for RESPECT :
"Do not save your loving speeches for your friends till they are dead; do not write them on their tombstones, speak them rather now instead," writes Anna Cummins. It's about respecting others and letting them know that you value them.


A is for AFFECTION:
Sometimes affection means love. Sometimes it means a touch. Always it means kindness.


V is for VULNERABILITY:
Though we may feel afraid to let another too close, no relationship will go anywhere without risking vulnerability. Entrepreneur Jim Rohn says, "The walls we build around us to keep out the sadness also keep out the joy." And the love.


E is for EMOTIONAL INTIMACY :
Learn to be open. Learn to communicate freely. What kinds of relationships you make are largely determined by how openly you have learned to communicate.


L is for LAUGHTER:
Victor Borge got it right when he said, "Laughter is the shortest distance between two people." It's also the most enjoyable.


For relationships that can really go somewhere, just remember the word "TRAVEL."
Then enjoy the trip!


A Friend in need is a friend indeed!...

A ccepts you as you are.
B elieves in you.
C alls you just to say "hi."
D oesn't give up on you.
E nvisions the whole of you (even the unfinished parts).
F orgives your mistakes.
G ives unconditionally.
H elps you.
I nspires you.
J ust likes being with you.
K eeps you close at heart.
L oves you for who you are.
M akes a difference in your life.
N ever judges you.
O ffers support.
P icks you up.
Q uiets your fears.
R aises your spirits.
S ays nice things about you.
T ells you the truth when you need to hear it.
U nderstands you.
V alues you.
W alks beside you.
X -plains things you don't understand.
Y ells when you won't listen.
Z aps you back to reality
 
Developing yourself to be good friend, one who is friendly and approachable is both a science and and an art. Advances in Behavioural sciences helps you B R E A K F R E E from relationship challenges. You need to look at changing attitudes and reaching effectiveness for a quick start and grow further. Your time is now!

Just some funny ways to propose her/him ............ (at your own risk!!!)

1. (Walk up behind girl and point fingers shaped like gun into her back)
   "You're under arrest!" (For what?) "For stealing my heart."

2. Hi, my name is Chance, Do I have one?

3. Are your legs tired?
   ( girl: Why?)
   because you have been running through my mind all day!

4. "I lost my phone number, can I borrow yours?"

5. Can you give me directions to your heart? I've seemed to have lost myself in your eyes

6. (Take a look at the tag on the girls shirt, jacket, She would say,"What are doing")
   respond, "Oh, just checking to see if you were made in Heaven."

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Marriage is like a fishing net. Each day fishermen use their nets to catch fish and sell them at the market. One fisherman takes his fish from the net every day, but let's debris from the ocean accumulate.

Eventually so much debris is caught in the net that he can hardly cast it out of the boat, and when he does, it's almost impossible to retrieve. Finally, in a fit of anger, he cuts the net loose and goes home without it. He's unable to catch and sell fish again until he buys another net.


Another fisherman removes debris every time he retrieves the net with the fish he caught. Each time he casts his net, it's clean and ready to catch more fish. As a result, he catches and sells enough fish to support himself and his family.


In this parable, the fish are emotional needs met in marriage and the debris are Love Busters, habits that cause unhappiness.


Bad marriages are like the first fisherman's net. Selfish demands, disrespectful judgments, angry outbursts, independent behavior and dishonesty accumulate over time. The burden of the unhappiness they cause ruins a couple's willingness and ability to meet each other's emotional needs.

Eventually the marriage supplies no benefits to either spouse and ends in divorce or emotional separation.


Good marriages are like the second fisherman's net. Love Busters are eliminated as soon as they appear, making it easy for each spouse to meet the other's emotional needs.

RED roses show love, passion and respect. Red roses of any color say "I love you"; deep red roses imply unconscious beauty.

PINK roses communicate happiness, appreciation, admiration, friendship, sympathy.

LIGHT PINK roses denote grace, joy, gentility and admiration.

DARK PINK roses are to signify thankfulness.

LAVENDER symbolizes love at first sight and enchantment.

WHITE roses signify spiritual love and purity; but of the soul; bridal white means happy love. White roses can also signify secrecy reverence humility, innocence, or charm.

YELLOW shows "I care"; friendship, joy, gladness or freedom.

CORAL roses imply desire.

PEACH roses indicate modesty.

ORANGE roses display a feeling of enthusiasm, desire and fascination.

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(Not listed in any particular order)

1) Be my best friend.
2) I need to know you call my name in your prayers

3) Hold me when I cry
4) Show and tell me that you love me often, and leave no doubt about it in my mind.

5) Show me your approval when I make a decision that is good.
6) Talk to me about what's important to you and to me.

7) Listen to me and don't treat me like I am stupid and don't know anything.
8) I need intimacy, and not just sexually. Anyone can have sex, but it takes a REAL man to be intimate.

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