We all recently celebrated Valentines day and I hope you had the time of your lives with your loved ones. We commemorate significant moments with festivals and celebrations and this is a culture that is passed on from generation to generation. I hope you keep this up; whether birthdays, weddings, holidays etc.
As soon as you become close to someone, you quickly realize the environment around that union is primarily born by the culture you build and the environment that you bring. You don’t get married, then find happiness in the union or go on honeymoon and find great delight in these destinations if internally you are disturbed and a miniature shadow of what or who you could be.
Take your time and invest in oneself. Take deliberate actions to improve who you are; read books, seek counsel from your seniors, watch the company you keep, listen to advice etc. When you are at your best, you give to your significant other the best version of who you could be and when they reciprocate your energies, you have yourself a magical union.
By your good deeds and good conduct, you may as well influence your partner to be the best version of themselves. This is how to cultivate an environment of great love and harmony, peace and serenity.
Imagine baking a cake and tossing into the mixture, fresh and wholesome ingredients. At the right temperature, you end up with something magnificent. It’s rather obvious what happens when you throw in rotten eggs, stale fruits, expired flour etc.
So, be at your very best and give your best to others. Until we speak again, I am your host Mitchell Odhiambo. Welcome to a man’s world. To get a female perspective, please read Mercy’s post HERE