Perfect Relationship Quotes by David B. Haight, Thomas Merton, Gustave Flaubert, C. S. Lewis, Anne Enright, Joan Bauer and many others.
Love is this divine ingredient. It alone describes what can be our perfect relationship to our Heavenly Father and our family and neighbors, and the means by which we accomplish His work.
The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. Otherwise we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them.
ItвЂ™s hard to communicate anything exactly and thatвЂ™s why perfect relationships between people are difficult to find.
An almost perfect relationship with his father was the earthly root of all his wisdom. From his own father, he said, he first learned that Fatherhood must be at the core of the universe. [speaking of George MacDonald]
My kids are supposed to live till they are one hundred. You don’t have to have a perfect house or a perfect relationship with your child or a perfect child, and you yourself do not have to be perfect.
You know where we got stuck? We were looking for faithfull, loving and perfect relationships-males who were always glad to see us.” “So?” “We already have that!” “What do you mean?” “We’ve got dogs!
The purpose of relationship is not to have another who might complete you, but to have another with whom you might share your completeness.
I learnt to stop fantasising about the perfect job or the perfect relationship because that can actually be an excuse for not living.
Remember that the best relationship is one in which your love for each other exceeds your need for each other.
And no relationship is perfect, ever. There are always some ways you have to bend, to compromise, to give something up in order to gain something greater.
If I seek to fulfill my own needs at the expense of my partner, we are sure to experience unhappiness, resentment, and conflict. The secret of forming a successful relationship is for both partners to win.
Don’t settle for a relationship that won’t let you be yourself.
The best way to keep relationships happy, healthy, and supportive can be summed up in one word: appreciation. What you appreciate, appreciates. When we demonstrate our appreciation for the support we receive from others, it reinforces that behavior and deepens our connection to them.
Three things I want in a relationship: Eyes that won’t cry, lips that won’t lie, and love that won’t die.
Two halves do not make a whole when it comes to a healthy relationship: it takes two wholes.
When you stop expecting people to be perfect, you can like them for who they are.
Made in the perfect image of a perfect relationship, we are relational to the core of our beings and filled with a desire for transcendent purpose. We long to be an irreplaceable part of a shared adventure.
The beginning of love is the will to let those we love be perfectly