Thursday 3 March 2016

The Kasams I want

Marriage becomes blissful if there is true love between a man and a woman. Marriage brings mutual comfort and a family. The family provides a framework for each family member to grow as a person in love and security. Thinking about the kasams I want from my man is his unconditional love for me. We are not perfect; in fact no one is perfect. I want him to accept me the way I am, with my flaws and skills. Loving someone and being loved brings happiness. 
There are many loves in one's life, such as your spouse or sweetheart, your parents, your family and children, or your best friend. We all want and need love. This is essential to the human race. We need to help each other, cooperate with each other, and reaffirm each others love. Love gives one a sense of immortality. I want a kasam from him that he will be faithful to me throughout his life. I want him to treat me like an equal. He should support me and motivate me to realize my dreams. 
We started our relationship with long hours of chats and long email chains. We discussed almost everything under the sun.He changed the way I think and showed me the brighter side of everything. I want a kasam from him that he will care for me always. He should show me the right side and guide me wherever I feel dubious. We love to talk about how we feel about each other. We love to compare it, categorize it. Every relationship is different so is ours. Love, trust, commitment is the foundation of our relationship. Our promises may look common but are unique for us. 
Can two people, who hardly have any experience in free will relationships and independent living, be expected to rationally make unconditional, forever-after type promises? I guess it’s difficult but not impossible. It’s the daily promise/kasams that matters. It’s the actions, rather than words. Words are easy to utter. Daily promise is worth ten million times more than a marriage vow. And that’s why it is so rare for a marriage or relationship to work out. It’s a rare human being that can – and will commit to a daily promise. I want a kasam from him that he will understand me. He will support me in whatever I do or say. If I am wrong then he should make me understand my mistakes .He should be patient with me. He should not lose his temper on me and blame me ever. He should help me with the household work. Equally share the responsibilities of the house. As we are both working partners a right balance is a must for a balanced life. He should stop nagging, learn to love unconditionally, and express his admiration.

“I’m blogging about the kasams I want from my man this Women’s Day with the #SadaSexy activity at BlogAdda in association with Set Wet.”

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