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Before And After Tying The Knot Part 2 

In the journey towards marital bliss, certain mindsets need recalibration for a harmonious union. 

I started this topic two days ago! If you missed it check it below.

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4. Financial Fusion: Our Money, Our Responsibility

Entering matrimony means surrendering the notion of individual finances. The money you earn is no longer exclusively yours; it’s a shared asset with your spouse. Decisions regarding expenditures become collaborative, emphasizing financial prudence.

Each spending choice requires thoughtful consideration, and extravagant gestures should involve consultation with one’s partner.

Husbands, too, must exercise financial prudence. Impulsive spending without consulting one’s spouse can lead to financial instability. Transparency in financial matters not only fosters trust but acts as a deterrent against extramarital affairs.

Understanding the principles of tithing and sowing becomes paramount. Neglecting tithing severs the potential for financial blessings. Harmonizing financial beliefs strengthens the marital bond.

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5. Reciprocal Love: Beyond Being Cared For

While desiring care in a marriage is natural, a skewed focus solely on receiving undermines the essence of matrimony. Marriage is a divine call to serve one another. Being cared for and loved are outcomes, not entitlements.

Marriage thrives on mutual service. Demanding care and love places undue pressure on a spouse. Instead, fostering an environment of love ensures a reciprocal flow of affection and care.

In the marital journey, refrain from demanding love; let it flow organically. By actively showing love, you create a cycle of affection that enriches the relationship.

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6. Marriage: A Garden, Not a Supermarket

Dispelling the misconception that marriage is a transactional space is crucial. It’s not a restaurant where services are demanded, nor a supermarket where desires are instantly gratified. Rather, marriage is akin to tending a garden.

The analogy of a garden aptly captures the essence of marriage. The effort invested determines the yield. A Yoruba proverb encapsulates this idea: “If you want a good pot of stew, be ready to spend good money.” In marriage, effort begets reward.

Intentional Effort for Bliss

Marital happiness is a result of intentional effort. You reap what you sow. Much like cultivating a garden, tending to the marriage is a continuous process that demands commitment.

In conclusion, a thriving marriage requires financial unity, a mindset of reciprocal love, and the understanding that it’s a garden that flourishes with intentional effort. May this wisdom guide you toward a fulfilling and lasting union.

May your journey in marriage be blessed with understanding and joy!