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NEVER ALONE VOW AND PURPOSE

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Not ever again!

I, ______________________ believe that my perfect significant other is now with me.

 

I vow that today I will concentrate my thoughts for 30 minutes saying a small prayer of his or her day.

 

I understand that my perfect significant other will be the exact person I truly believe of myself, therefore I will spend 30 minutes per day, allowing myself to evolve to be the type of person I need to be, to be in a loyal and loving committed relationship/marriage.

 

This includes being quick to forgive and listen, and being slow to anger and to speak.

I will understand before I try to be understood.

I will master the art of laughter and finding humor in things.

I will care for my body, mind, spirit and health, and present myself as the best me I can be, just as I expect my other to present him or herself as the best he or she can be.

I understand that from overflow of the heart, the mouth speaks, so I hereby vow to find the best in situations.

I vow that voids and heartbreak from past relationships are filled before my significant other comes into my life as a relationship.

I understand that I can not nor will not ever change a person, so the relationship I am in is one where I take responsibility for my own actions and my perfect significant other takes responsibility for his/her actions.

I understand that before my significant other will appear, I will have these promises to myself in order and practiced with full faith.

I am clear in my desired goals and my significant other matches those same goals.

I understand love is an action word and not based on emotions, but choices.

I understand I CHOOSE to be patient when I say I love my other, I Choose to be kind and not boastful or envious or easily angered.  I choose to be gentle and encouraging, protecting and believing, always hoping, and never failing my other person.

 

I no longer feel the need to search for my other because my other is present and here, however will be revealed when both of us are able to appreciate each other – without any manipulation from me or him/her. Therefore I pray over my significant other that obstacles be moved from both us, strength is restored, and protection from harm.

The actions I do today are with the mindset of my perfect other and are more positive actions to strengthen our bond for the day we meet and build together.  As we build together, I will always hold true these vows, and will respect, honor, love, and cherish my perfect other as my partner does the same.


I sign this vow, repeat it daily and commit it memory.

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If you would like to join our Two Hearts Offline Secret Conference Call group:

  1. 1.) like the Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/twoheartsmatchmaking  and put SCG on the page
  2. Friend request me (www.facebook.com/arikah.nash.5) and message me
  3. (The group is Secret and cannot be found otherwise. )
  4. Conference call is set early in the morning, however the recording can be listened to until the next day.

The conference call is The group where in confidence (discretion) and respect, callers from our phone call can share, post,  strengthen and encourage each other in finding love, being content with their singleness, or get ideas to improve their own relationships.  This group is an action group/ group therapy-type setting, which allows for those who seriously desire to be with their significant other to take active steps towards doing so, or to encourage those build a solid, loving and loyal foundation. (That is my mantra)

Today – Know and Believe, you’re Never Alone

Love you in Spirit!

S. Arikah Nash Baly-Jensen, Founder, Two Hearts Offline Matchmaking, Two Ships Dating App

http://www.twoheartsoffline.com ,

two.hearts2share@gmail.com

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When You’ve Messed up So Badly, You Think You Can Never Be Loved

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Lydia* (* names changed) was ready planning for hers and Trevor’s* new life until she discovered by chance, his marriage wasn’t over, but in fact very much “loving.”  When she decided to end it and his wife found out, the barrage of hate calls towards her began from the wife, their friends, and his children, leaving her battling stress, depression, and her personal view towards God.

Am I crazy to think she can be forgiven and find true Peace and then her True Love?

Another story is one where Jake*, a young assertive businessman whose success was rapidly growing at exponential speed. He was accumulating many things and was enjoying the attention he was getting from the company’s bigwigs. One night, after a party at the local upscale restaurant, Jake, having a few too many to drink, lost control of his car and hit a mini-van carrying a mother and her two small children.  The impact killed the mother instantly. Jake lives constantly in torment and agony of the accident,  and finds it hard to believe the family would ever forgive him, though at times, he’s wanted to contact them.  He didn’t believe in God, but questioned that if he were real, why would He allow the mother’s death?

Jake can also be forgiven and receive the Peace he seeks.

Although these are two separate stories, the result of shame, guilt, despair, and unforgiveness still tend to stifle individuals when it comes to bonding in romantic relationships, and only those who connect the two prove to have an amazing track record in finding their true love.  Isn’t it true that all anyone wants is to be loved, cherished, and respected; understood and accepted?  A client of mine has many affirmations posted on her walls, which calls for the chanter to pull the strength from within, but if a person’s mind is negating the statements, (such as, “You are worth it,”) the mind has nothing solid to draw from, so it disagrees  – which tend to lead to the destructive choices people make, made ever so clear in matters of the heart.  Where can you draw from?

First off, knowing and understanding that even though you may not believe in God, there is nothing damaging in studying how He is said to describe love, which is actually what we all want:

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I say all this to say that even when you mess up, there is someone who claims to love you – right way – and gives you the freedom to choose to love Him back.

And from that Perfect Love of forgiveness, you will begin to feel from your heart that forgiveness, and that other people follow that same way of life, which leads to the open door of being able to love the right way and receive love the right way. This work is what is necessary in building the HEALTHY foundation for a loving, loyal and committed marriage.

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In short,

You are Worthy to be Loved.

There really is someone out there you were made for.

Allow yourself to accept that Perfect forgiveness, but take the time to admit your mistakes and take responsibility. The circle of influence your actions affect, expand past your immediate field of vision.  Accepting the mercy and forgiveness God gives has the power to positively affect into future generations.   th (2)

Then study the actions of unconditional love, (which is not being a doormat).

The work you do now in planning forever will help you find the one you were made for, instead of wasting time with those who are satisfying emotional and sexual needs, just to end in heartache. Is that what you want?

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If you need advice or a friendly ear, please contact us at Two Hearts.  We are passionate about making sure that every couple matched is done in a way for a loving lifelong commitment in marriage.  Modeled after how Jesus loves, we have witnessed countless success stories, and now, adding daily with our services by matching healthy, stable couples. Beyond that, it’s simply prayer to match the right ones with each other! (That’s the secret)

This blog was much needed and had to be said, so to give those caught in their minds that they are unloveable.

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Peace, Love, and Blessings to you!

And Happy Dating/Companion Building!

S. Arikah Baly-Jensen, Founder Two Hearts Offline Matchmaking and Two Ships

http://www.twoheartsoffline.com

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