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Re: [MOL] Values and Marriage Connection



It seems like you too have found the key to a successful marriage. If
everyone remembered the ten commandments and the golden rule, we could all
be a lot happier.
Christine


At 09:24 PM 27/07/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Dear Christine,
>
>YOu and your hubby certainly have the ingredients to a long, happy
>
>relationship. Good for the two of you. Wish we could bottle these values
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>and virtues so that we can reduce the very toxic stress that comprises a
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>very bitter and toxic marriage. It seems that divorce rates, and
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>illnesses is so deep rooted in this country that the toxicity of many
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>marriages limits and inhibits the valued progress of not only children
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>growing with and receiving love, discipline and respect but the concerns
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>of many cancers and advanced conditions may be attributed to toxic
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>stress marriages. YOu certainly have hit on the key of how a good
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>marriage should exist. Now, how do we reach the world and all the men
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>and women and marriages that need to learn these great symbols and
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>guidelines to a happy relationship and marriage. I guess we continue to
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>get out the word as you do so well and much more in prayer.
>
>
>
>Thank you Christine
>
>
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>God Bless
>
>marty auslander
>
>
>
>Christine wrote:
>
>> 
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>> My husband and I also rarely argue. I think our secret is basically having
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>> the same values, morals, ideas on life and childrearing, etc as well as a
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>> mutual respect and trust for each other. An important skill as well is
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>> being able to step back and look at the bigger picture. How important is
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>> this potential argument in the grand scheme of things. Is it really worth
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>> arguing over? Most things are not. Sometimes you just have to agree to
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>> disagree. So there are my words of wisdom for the day! LOL.
>
>> Christine
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>> 
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>> At 11:31 AM 26/07/98 -0400, you wrote:
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>> >Very good message dear bro.; but how not to bicker and argue is the secret
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>> >passage that we need to know also.  Not that my husband and I bicker or
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>> argue.
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>> >LOL!  Actually is is rare; because with cancer I've learned that he is
more
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>> >important than any silly argument over nothing.  Thanks your sis, Lillian
>
>> >
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