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Thursday, November 18, 2010


MAKALA MAALUM YA MAHUSIANO.. songa nayo..japo ni fupi ila kwa maelezo na msaada zaidi wasiliana nami.........
relationships must be built on a foundation of trust. We need to be to count on others and feel that they will be open with us.
Honesty; no relationship can survive if the partner are no honest with one another. Each partner must share a commitment of truth. Those in good relationships accept one another, blemishes and all. A relationship based on untruths or even half-truths lacks depth and meaning.

Mutual support; healthy relationships are characterized by mutual support. A partner’s well-being should have an impact on you, and your well-being should affect your partner. In best way the partner seek out what is best for both, and they act as advocates for and defend each oth
Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.” —I Corinthians 13:4-8a (NIV)
Love is best seen as devotion and action, not an emotion. Love is not exclusively based on how we feel. Certainly our emotions are involved, but they cannot be our only criteria for love. True devotion will always lead to action—true love.

“It hurts to love someone and not be loved in return, but what is the most painful is to love someone and never find the courage to let the person know how you feel.”

But you have to know that’s when some one hurts you..
I really feel for people who go through broken relationships, and I’ve felt that at times they can feel so alone, and not find from the Church what they need, which is healing. How often we talk about love and marriage and family, but forget that many get hurt by those who misuse the word “love.”
This past weekend, we had the reading from 1 Corinthians 12:31-13:13 where Saint Paul speaks about all the things that love is. It’s a great reading, but I think we can’t forgive we have to love those who hurt, as a Church, parish, and as individuals. My homily focused on how we can do just that, and it’s below. All of us have to do that too by doing all we can to support the vocation of marriage, not being afraid to help couples through stormy waters, and also not feeling like the best remedy for healing is by keeping silent. The Lord says to Jeremiah, “…I am with you to deliver you,” giving the prophet hope as he proclaims God’s word through the incredibly difficult
final years of the kingdom, a message many rejected. And just as God was with Jeremiah, He is with us too through thick and thin. Our job is to make sure no one ever forgets that, standing with our loved ones whether it’s the joy of  their first dance at their wedding reception, or through the pain of a shattered relationship, helping them to find the healing and peace that is there. Paul is quite right – love never fails. Sometimes people need a reminder of that when they’ve been burned by someone who misused the word, and need to be led to the healing hand of Christ, something we must do as a Church, and as individuals by not failing any of our brothers and sisters in need.
God bless, 
when one love ends use your knowledge to find onother love... 
say steven 

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