The Marriage Vow (Conclusion)

The Marriage Vow (Conclusion)

Here is the conclusion of the very inspiring story that we shared yesterday on the importance of adhering to the marriage vow. A Month Later “Mother, he’s not even talking to me. All of a sudden, we are both strangers. He doesn’t eat my food, he comes home late, he hates me so much and it’s killing me. I’m confused, it’s truly hurting…” “For how long will you hide the truth from him? You’ve got to let him know…you can’t carry his…” There was the sound of a car horn. “Mom I’ve got to go…he’s back.” “Baby, you’ve got to let him know. It can work when you two are one in mind.” “Bye mom.” she ended the call. Lawson came into the house, about to walk past her. “Lawson.” She held him. “I’m tired.” He didn’t want to look at her face. “I know…can we talk for some minutes?” She tried to help him remove his suit. “Look, what is it?” He jerked from her. “Do you hate me this much? You can’t even look me in the eye. You can’t even stand my presence. Lawson…it’s me Sara…your best friend…” Tears began to well up in her eyes. “I’m in no mood for this.” He turned around to walk away. “Don’t you dare leave when I’m talking to you!”

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A Wedding Gift

A Wedding Gift

Author Unknown At the end of the wedding party, a bride’s mother gave her a newly opened bank savings passbook, with $1000 deposited in it. She told her, “My dear daughter, take this passbook. Keep it as a record of your married life. Whenever something happy and memorable happens in your new life, put some money in it and write what it is about next to the amount. The more memorable the event is, the more money you should put in. I’ve done the first one for you today. Do the others with your husband. When you look back after many years, you will know how much happiness you’ve both shared.” The woman shared this with her husband after getting home. Both of them thought it was a great idea and couldn’t wait to make the next deposit. This is what the passbook looked like after a while: 7 Feb: $100, his first birthday celebration after marriage 1 Mar: $300, she gets a salary raise 20 Mar: $200, vacation 15 Apr: $2000, She’s pregnant! 1 Jun: $1000, He gets the big promotion and so on… However, as the years went by, they began fighting and arguing over trivial things. They didn’t communicate much with each other again. Each regretted that they had married the nastiest person in the world. There

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