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When men and women meet and marry, misunderstandings often begin right away. It is inevitable

 
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10/24/2012 02:30 PM
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When men and women meet and marry, misunderstandings often begin right away. It is inevitable
"Human beings are imperfect, and it should not surprise them when these imperfections complicate their relationships. When men and women meet and marry, misunderstandings often begin right away. It is inevitable. But instead of separating immediately, it is best if they try first of all to surmount their problems, saying to themselves: 'There must be a reason why fate brought us together, since chance doesn't exist. I must therefore work hard to accept him (or her) for this incarnation, in order to learn and to improve myself.' There are cases in which it is better to leave a person with whom you do not get along, but not before making every effort to save the situation, all the while conducting yourself with patience and generosity. Otherwise divine justice will confront you once again with the same problems. Whether it is in this incarnation or in the next, you will not escape. Human beings are not in the habit of reasoning in this way, because they have not been instructed about reincarnation and the law of cause and effect. Well, they must take great care to inform themselves, and their lives will then take on meaning."

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10/24/2012 02:43 PM
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Re: When men and women meet and marry, misunderstandings often begin right away. It is inevitable
Is this why, all my life, that a woman who reminds me of my sister ALWAYS comes into my life?
A neighbor or a co-worker ... even my daughter reminds me of my sister at times.

My sister was the bane of my existance. I mean, she was a know-it-all, controlling, monitoring, critical and belittling irritant in my early life.

I have resigned myself that I cannot be free of her. She "shows up" one way or another. You know what I mean?

Same with my ex-husband... I married the same sort of guy.

I surrender. Just want to LEARN what I am supposed to learn and deal with it.

Last Edited by Rayelle on 10/24/2012 02:45 PM





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