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The art of loving
The practice of any art requires knowledge. By virtue of the fact you are reading this article, assumes that you are seeking knowledge about the art of loving. The reason we are reading is quite simple: we are seeking more knowledge about love and relationships. It's very apparent, from the number of seminars, tapes, videos, and books available, that there is need for this type of knowledge.

Take responsibility for your own education. Participating in a seminar or workshop, reading a book, and even reading this article is a gesture of loving yourself. Just do not forget that knowledge acquisition is a continuous process; it does not stop after one or two seminars, or after reading a few books. It takes effort to gain the knowledge you need. You just may feel inspired, with new ideas on life, love, and relationships. It's up to you to put in the effort to incorporate these ideas into your life and to keep them alive. It's not going to be easy-- it's going to require hard work and effort. You cannot change life-long habits overnight. Somehow, with the pace of life and the conveniences we now have, we have come to expect things to happen instantly. Improving our relationships and ourselves is about changing old habits, some of which we have had since childhood. These changes do not occur instantly, but require continuous effort over time.

What does "effort" mean, when it comes to loving? Effort is time and action. When you get up tomorrow morning, take the time to ask yourself: How can I be more loving to myself today? How can I give more love to my partner? What action can I take to give love today? Use your imagination to come up with creative ways of showing love for yourself and others. Take the time to follow through with your thoughts and put them into action. It's the little continuous gestures of love that count. Having a bubble bath, making yourself a special dinner, taking a mental health day from work, sleeping in, taking a drive in the country, spending time at a hobby, curling up with a good book, or attending a workshop or seminar are gestures of loving yourself. You can give love to your partner in many little ways, too: a telephone call during the day to say, "Hi, how are you? I was thinking about you," bringing home a single flower or a little gift, going for an evening walk together, giving spontaneous hugs, holding hands, giving a back rub, showering together, reading aloud to one another, or leaving a little love note on the bathroom mirror... the list goes on and on. All it takes is imagination. The possibilities are endless. Its just taking the time for each other, talking during the day, and expanding your knowledge about one another that's important.

We will never know everything. That is the beauty of life, and, more importantly, that is the beauty of love -- for they are really both one in the same. Remember it all starts with you. Take the time to expand your knowledge of love, and practice The Art of Loving, always, to create the loving life you deserve.
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