Do infants have as much fun in infancy as adults do in adultery?
No they don’t, but they could do, but just look at the consequences one may have to go through because of nights going astray due to process of adultery.
There is a kind of a balance in nature as well as in the universe, for example, if we feel that we are being clever and that no one will find out about the passionate adventure one is enjoying in the land of adultery, then we are being slightly foolish, because those already involved in the situation know about the tainted situation, they can be no hiding from that fact. Consenting adults may look like one safe situation, but hurting someone in that process is not consenting at all. There is also that wonderfully magical word we know and use on ‘other people’ called ‘karma’ along with the inevitable naked truth of ‘what goes around always comes around’. It is indeed important to be at least truthful.
But will the truth actually set us free, or put us into more problems? An interesting question under the circumstances you might ask. In this world of evolving communication, it is important to communicate, to talk, to let your feelings be known to your ‘legal’ or otherwise partner. Maybe your partner is feeling the same way, maybe there is isolation in their life as well due to non communication from you. There are many reasons waiting to be discovered if only one would take the courage talk about them.
Being able to talk to your legal other half about how you feel has that kind of openness that looks specifically into the relationship, which is the key to happiness and reducing the shame of hiding your wants and needs from your life partner. If marriage is a sacred union, then we owe it to our partner to be honest with them, however complicated each other’s individual expectations may be.
One of the other main ingredients to a healthy relationship is to give each other breathing space. Time has its own way of healing or acting as a wave of change hopefully for the better. It may also allow you to value your partners point of view from a perspective you may not have seen before.
Marriage has evolved a lot over the ages, it is still evolving, different cultures have different points of views of it even today. Like water and vibration, it does not remain static, which is perhaps a good thing. One has to keep actively working on it while desperately not trying to take each other for granted along with maintaining a bond of respect for each other. Yes, it can be an amazing balancing act.
I do feel that it is important to try and love yourself, not in an arrogant or selfish way, but in a way that make you open to your partners needs and wants for a healthier and happier relationship.
Blessings to you
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