The Law of Sowing, The Law of Romance and the Complications of sex
We can all agree that life is governed by the principle of sowing and reaping. A farmer who planted maize should not expect to reap pineapple except he applied a special ‘jazz’ (charm) from the village. If we get to know, he would eat his pineapple by himself.
They call communication the blood of any romantic relationship but we ignore the heart. Without the heart, the blood is useless. Romance is the heart of your relationship. Without it, you lose interest in your spouse and he does as well. Romance is critical.
An altar bound relationship is usually sweeter before marriage than after marriage. You know why? ROMANCE. And this isn’t necessarily the kissing, smooching and under the sheet performance. It’s the way you make each other feel. You truly feel loved, needed, appreciated and important. These seeds were deliberately sowed by you and the result is a partner who will do anything for you.
It becomes complicated in marriage. You stopped being romantic. You stopped sowing seeds but you keep trying to harvest. You stopped making the deliberate emotional investment like you did in the pre marriage days but you insist on making withdrawals. Isn’t that broad day robbery?
Just like the farmer, what you plant is what you reap. Sex is complicated in some marriages because one partner is trying to make withdrawals regularly without making adequate investments. Your cheque will bounce.
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