Let’s Play a Game
One day, during an evening class for adults, the psychology Teacher entered the class and said, “Let’s all play a game!” The Teacher asked one of the students to volunteer.
A lady, Aliza, came forward.
The Teacher asked her to write 30 names of most important people in her life on blackboard.
Aliza wrote names of her family members, relatives, friends, her colleagues and her neighbors.
The Teacher told her to erase 3 names that Aliza considered most unimportant. Aliza erased names of her colleagues. The Teacher again told her to delete 5 more names. Aliza erased her neighbor’s names. This went on until there were just four names left on the blackboard.
These were names of her mother, father, husband and only son.
The entire class became silent realizing that this wasn’t a game anymore for Aliza alone.
Now, the Teacher told her to delete two more names.
It was a very difficult choice for Aliza.
She unwillingly deleted her parent’s names.
“Please delete one more” said the Teacher.
Aliza became very nervous and with trembling hands and tears in eyes she deleted her son’s name. Aliza cried painfully.
The Teacher told Aliza to take her seat.
After a while Teacher asked “why your husband? Your parents are the ones that nurtured you, and your son is the one you gave birth to? And you can always find another husband!”
Total silence in the class. Everyone was curious to know her response.
Aliza calmly and slowly said, “One day my parents will pass away before me. My son may also leave me when he grows old, for his studies or business or whatever reason. The only one, who will truly share his entire life with me, is my Husband”.
All the students stood up and applauded for her for sharing this truth of life.
This is true. So always value your life partner, it’s not only for husbands but wives as well.
God has united your two souls and it’s on both of you now to nurture this relationship above all.
Posted on Sat, October 20, 2018
by Ken Hart