I want a God-fearing woman; she must be beautiful, loving, caring, supportive, kind, educated… I want a handsome and God-fearing man; he must be tall, hardworking, not stingy, caring, maybe muscular, and must own a house or car…. The list goes on and on
It’s funny how people make a long list each time they are asked about their desired spouse, it almost feels like they are going shopping. Don’t get me wrong, I strongly agree with knowing what you want and going for it. It’s awesome to have your preferences for a spouse and aspire for the best, but it is expedient to understand that it involves two mutually connected people.
How about we ask ourselves questions like, what do I offer the person? Have you ever imagined how relationships will be if everyone talked about the qualities they offer rather than just going in with only expectations? The best way to attract Good things is to be good yourself. The next time you think of the amazing qualities you desire in a relationship, remember to include the advantages you will be offering.