Most of us wish to maintain a relationship at the same point in our lives, but do we ever really stop and consider the real significance of the duty of committing to a relationship?
Can we devote to a relationship like we devote to devouring a slice of cake? (Silly analogy, but powerful ) As in, taking time not only to think but to also question oneself as to whether either will be distasteful once a commitment is made.
Can you imagine how much serious distress and pain could have been prevented over the years if people would only take commitment more seriously and recognize it isn’t just simply quenching a craving or a desire?
Instinctively, all of us want to be in a relationship, but do we really know the meanings behind the dedication?
Searching for better or for worse, most of us know that we’re in for the’for better’ part, but what about the worse part?
Being of the human species, tends to put up us to be pushed in a way by our feelings, which then makes the things of our heart weigh heavily on the decisions we make.
Thus the collapse of relationships over and over again. Our heartfelt momentary activities can blind our comprehension of what we see and we are feeling this way.
We are predisposed to commit for lots of the wrong reasons or no reason whatsoever.
When the reality of these flighty decisions starts to hold us accountable, all of a sudden the connection isn’t too much fun anymore. All of a sudden we are searching for distractions or deflections from this fact. The motives that blinded us at the beginning are now no longer familiar.
Are we older or even educated enough to know about the importance of knowing what a relationship involves?
Maturity, experience or education are extremely instrumental in having the ability to not only commit to a relationship, but also to keep on strengthening it as it develops.
Realistically… committing to a relationship is a very significant decision, one that should never be made from lust, without serious thought, but mostly never taken lightly.
Commitment should not be taken lightly as it’s evidence of ones character and their ability to respect the following.