Friday, September 19, 2008

Are You Neglecting Your Life? Or Parts of Them?

These past few days, I was listening to an audio on how to build great relationship with your love partner. Nope, not your sex partner I'm taking about here but your romance partner, though he/she can be the same person. ^^

Now if you are thinking, "Why in the hell would you want to listen to such audio?", the answer is actually very simple. Like many people out there, I want to become a better romance partner. Nothing to hide, nothing to be ashamed of.

The fact is everyone urge to be loved. However, how many of us are really a good lover to start with? Is it fair to ask others to do something which we cannot even achieve ourselves?

"The golden rule states "Do unto other what you want others to do unto you".

That is to say, if you expect something from another person, first offer what you wanted to him/her first.

Thus, if you are not able to deliver what you want, it gives you no right to demand that from other people, isn't it?

And my question here is, are you learning to become a better lover each day? Too often than not, we have put too much emphasis on only skills which can improve our productivity at work while neglecting other more important life skills which make us a better person as a whole. Are you guilty of that too?

No amount of success you achieved in an area of your life can make up for your failure in another. What you want to achieve is not successes in just a few areas of your life but in all areas of your life.

How many people when lying on their deathbed wished that they had spent more time in the office, working? Not one!!

And even having said so, are you currently taking actions to change that?
  • What steps are you taking to ensure that you have a thriving relationship with your loved one?
  • What habits do you want to change for the better?
  • What are the words should you be saying more or less?
  • Are you expected to carry out more concrete actions to display your love for the other party?
No man is perfect, so save yourself the time and effort from trying. Perfection is not what you want to go for in life, excellence is.

What you seek here is not to become a perfect partner but an improving one.

And if you are interested in knowing more, you may want to keep a lookout for the future posts to come. I will be posting more thoughts on what I have learnt from the audio course here.

Hopefully, they may be more some help to you too. ^^

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