Worth the price of reading all by itself: "I believe that a man feels most loved when he knows that he is respected."
Whoa. Read that one again. Then join me in saying:
Sure you could say more. But saying that, you've said a lot, and said something that is not said clearly nor often enough. Christine either has been affected by someone of marked insight, or is such a person -- or both. Read between the lines here, and you see a young lady who (A) had a good, Biblical, Christian upbringing (from her mother?), and you see that (B) it took.
Marrieds may sniff, "That's easy for a single girl to say." I have three thoughts in response.
- What does one's station in life have to do with whether a thing is true or not?
- If she marries one day and falls short of the goals she sets out here, will that make the goals less Biblical, and so less God-centered, God-honoring, sane, true and right?
- Sometimes one views a thing more clearly from without, than from within.