Joy is not the absence of conflict. It can be a mask for some. It can also be the choice of the mighty. To know that there is conflict, and choosing to be joyful nonetheless. Today, I invite you to choose joy.
There’s something powerful about a portrait. Maybe it’s because I find myself least full of crap whenever a camera is shoved in my face and I have to stare it directly in the eyes. I wonder how people feel whenever they have to do the same? Often times it comes with an awkward
A deep sigh left our living room feeling bitter and empty. I let out a long, deep breathe as my body became one with the chair. It’d actually be nicer to be the chair. It just sits there–all day. With no worries, just being comfortable all the time.
I can always tell when A (Alexandra) and I haven’t been communicating, because we begin to bicker like children teasing each other on a playground. If your life is anything like ours, there is always something to do and somewhere to be. We actually went through a period where we had a hard time saying
I know you never argue, but somehow A (Alexandra) and I seemed to stumble upon disagreements frequently enough to have had to call a “family sit down meeting” (more than once) to talk about how we each want to be treated whenever disagreements arise. It’s funny… I figured people who had a good marriage either
I love vacation. Warm beaches, time-off where you can disconnect from the never-ending checklist and always full email. There’s something about getting away for a stretch of time to recharge your inner batteries to breathe a little slower and a little deeper.
Just so you know–I write, to learn. My curiosity of how to have a good relationship drives me to seek out truth. I’m no expert; just merely curious. And I’m curiously amazed that a consistent date night with my wife has understatedly revolutionized our marriage. In other words; we’re a lot freaking happier now. I