“It’s not about being the best. It’s about being better than you were yesterday.” —Anonymous
We have rules for how we are supposed to act at work.
We have rules for how to drive our cars.
“Love your spouse where they are right now.” —Brenda Moore
There are two types of people in this world, those who are easily offended or those who are living in a state of being always offended.
This where Brenda Moore starts the conversation on offense in marriage.
“Son, don’t cheat. I’ve had plenty of opportunities over the years but it’s like this…why would I go out for a hamburger when I have a steak at home.” —Carmen DiLorenzo
Recently we had the privilege to be with Tony’s dad as he took his final breath here on earth.
As his time was coming to an end he had plenty of advice about marriage and love.
“You’re on the same team and when you realize this you can have great success.” —Jamal and Natasha Miller
It’s easier to get married than it is to get a driver’s license.
So why do so many couples go into marriage without knowing themselves first.