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Discussion in 'Mahusiano, mapenzi, urafiki' started by Konakali, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. Konakali

    Konakali JF-Expert Member

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    Normally marriage comes out of love... but through experience, durability of the most marriages is a matter of decision and no longer love... Now, if marriage came out of a true love, does true love expires?
     
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    In our contemporary world pple do marry for purpose and not out of love, thats why today's marriages do not last, but blessed are those who marry out of true love, for their love they will stand, prosper and that love, will lead their way, coz true love lives forever
     
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    the two of you are grit thinkers... hongereni, other are just ordinary people
     
  4. St. Paka Mweusi

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    Its true that marriage comes out of Love,But remember its very rare to find two peoples feelings collide,so for that case other factors needs to be considered and thats when you ll see some people getting married not because of Love but material things,this kind of marriage can last long or otherwise.But if your marriage was made from true Love,it will never last cause true Love never expires.
     
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    Hili ni swali ambalo huwa najiuliza kila mara, kwa sababu gani ujue!
    If marriage comes from what is said TRUE LOVE.

    Huku, kutesana, kukimbiana,sijui ndoa ndoano yanatoka wapiiiiiii?

    Where is TRUE LOVE!!!
     
  6. Mu-sir

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    I think modern love is termed as true love. This is not true love but modern love (adopted love from west countries). True love is natural one which exist regardless of anything; it is unconditional, it comes from our almighty God who knows your right match but because we just pick and love from our only desires the reasults become bad at the end of the day.
     
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    Bin G Member

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    Everything with its begining must have an end! Truth is one but modalities to explain it may depend on the context. True Love: every love(as to your context) is true in itself and can't be otherwise!
     
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    Ferds JF-Expert Member

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    Remember those days of monarchical absolutism, kings used to say the same that they have been chosen by Almighty God and were doing things that are contrary to God's will, I agree with that a true love is natural, it comes from our Creator, but you should work hard to identify your true match, now we are talking of love and matching, true love is there when the two of you have almost the same behavior( you do match), don't just decide to marry, but ask yourself who do you want to mary, and the answer should be that you should marry the one you love and he/she should love you the same way. Love shoul be two sided one and not only from one side that is your side
     
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    kaka mi signature yako ndio inaniacha hoi du!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    We have a tendency to get used to things and forget the importance of what hold us together in the first place when we are overwhelmed by other things like increase in family,work,income and sometimes we take advantage of what we have.But normally true love does not expire though but there are some exceptions in everything.I think we also gets bored if what we do as lovers is the same every now and then.
     
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    gOOD pOINT
    ThaNKS 4that
     
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    True love, indeed, can last. But, like the pretty rose that it is, it requires nurturing and grooming. Love cannot last in the absence of nourishment. It needs attention, demands strokes. If we focus on our love, speaking her love language and letting her know in ways that communicate clearly that true love binds us, then that love will grow and it will last. But if we leave it untended, love can grow cold, and the wedding bonds of love may fray and even break. It is not a given.




     
  13. Lokissa

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    JF members be informed that love, like anything else, continually changes. It is commonly assumed that if the object of romantic love remains constant, the quality and intensity of feeling will change and that the only way to restore the earlier state of feeling is to find a new object. But this assumption overlooks two other variables: time factors, and the setting in which the object is observed. It seems that the cooling off of romance is at least partly a reduction in the frequency or duration, or both, of intense feelings, and not always a decline in the intensity of a feeling when it is felt. In the early stages of romance much time is spent in daydreaming about an absent loved one. After marriage the love-object is usually more available. Actual contacts occupy more time, daydreams less. Yet it may become a source of disappointment to the lover, and of chagrin to the object, that the object can be present for considerable periods of time without being the center of attention and feeling. The lover, of course, has duties, and must make an adjustment that permits him or her to work even though the beloved is near. with the reasons stated above the couples find themselves in this situation hence unable to understand the changes.
     
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    Love is a feeling not a product/commodity.
    Feelings never end.
     
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    Hahahahahahaha, asante sana mkuu na ukiitafakari ina maana nyingi sana...
     
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    Nonda JF-Expert Member

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    Konakali,

    what is "true love"?

    This kind of love is only possible from a mother to her small baby.
    It is "god given" to mothers to project that love to their babies. But yet, you find mothers who squash their kids to death!!??

    True love to grown ups is a pure fantasy, beyond reality of life.

    This not to deny that you may find poeple, family members, friends and lovers who love each other intensely, profondly, with care, compassion plus plus but love is like temperature. love flactuates and when it does, it does not mean that it is no longer love! It just keeps to its property, up and down.

    When the feelings of two grown ups happen to find each other in harmonious way and reciprocated is a blessing but a lot needs to be done, a lot of work to keep it that way taking the personalities of the two involved, the realities of their jobs and life in general.
     
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    True love overcomes all obstacles:welcome:
     
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    ...True love ndio kitu gani, hebu wajuzi mnijuze
     
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    Mwan mpambanaji JF-Expert Member

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    True love does not expire,the problem why as to why marriages do not last long is because most of people do mary whom is not her/his pair,,simply considering phyiscal appearance,,for those whom have married a flesh among his flesh do understand what means true love
     
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    Mbu JF-Expert Member

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    Spiritual? :A S 39:mnnnh,
    Godbless you.
     
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