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Multiplication Factor:  We always reap in the kind we sow: If a farmers sows watermelons he will never expect to reap oranges. In our relationship if we sow love, sharing and spending quality time we are sure to reap abundance of love, know our partners needs and have the best time of our life. People are lonely because they build walls instead of bridges. The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other's life. I've learned in my lifetime so far that you can't help who you fall for and no matter how hard you try and how much it hurts you everyday that you just wanna be with them or just talk to them you never stop trying to make them happy by the little things you say or do because that's what makes your life worth going on for. Remember! We all reap more than what we have sown.

Each new multiplication of crop provides seed for the future sowing. So, never stop sowing. You get a harvest of love and the best times spent, but remember the seed you have sown to get it and you need to sow it again and again else you relationship of love will go dry. We all have seen so many love affairs that start with a bang., they are just crazy about each other. The world thinks that they cannot do without each other. They are labeled as the inseparable couple. Suddenly the world is shaken to hear that the loving pair have separated. Why? They sowed. They reaped. But some where down the line they did not sow again. Disaster strikes. This is the basic law of nature. you need to sow again what you have reaped. The best relationship is the one in which your love for each other exceeds your need for each other.

How Downward Spirals are created in Marriages? .Have you come across a couple, who were once madly in love with each other and not they walk separate way. You examine the guy and say, "Man he a wonderful dude to hang out with". You then check the girl out and all you have to say, "She is just a sweetheart" Now they are both wonderful personalities, once crazy about each other and now look in opposite direction. If you do investigate their lives you will see that somewhere in their lives a bad seed was sown. This seed is usually a thought. They accepted the seed, planted it and reaped a harvest. The harvest was a multiplication. Further the seed is provided for more sowing. The result is a larger crop. Now small areas of irritation become major areas of contention.


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