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25 fun things to do with your girl friend


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Cooking TogetherAh, love is in the air. It’s a great feeling, isn’t it? If you’ve finally met the right girl and you want to make sure she stays around for a while, then you need to come up with some fun and creative things to do together. After all, dinner and a movie can get boring night after night after night.

Here are 25 fun ideas for things that you and your girlfriend can do together:

1. Cook together. Nothing is more romantic than making a meal together. Go to the grocery store and pick out your ingredients and then head for your kitchen. So you’re not a great cook? Make the salad while she makes the pasta. Make the sauce together. Open a bottle of wine and take your time preparing a meal to remember.

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Getting the most from reading a relationship book


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Relationship booksWhat makes this precious gift of life worth living? Anybody I asked this question to responded with the same answer (though worded differently).

And the answer was relationships. Based on this revelation we can say that in order to lead a happy and fulfilling life one needs to be able to nurture happy and successful relationships.

Easier said than done. Especially in today’s world where, every second person you meet is a victim of stress. So, more often than not our relationships go through patches of neglect and sometimes the results are disastrous whereas at other times they can be resolved and reinvigorated.

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Scrapbook of Memories


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Scrapbook of MemoriesIt’s a rainy Sunday afternoon and he’s feeling unsettled. Having got up late, he’s still feeling a strong urge to get right back under the covers. The exhaustion of several days, rather weeks, seems to be catching up with him…

She too, seems to have a touch of the blues. Is she missing her family – the boisterous brother and crazy sister whom she fought like mad with about the TV and computer? Is she still upset about a silly fight they had last week when he and she went out Diwali shopping? Its hard to tell, but they both mope around, exchanging barely a sentence or two, as the rain continues to beat down on a grey day. Hardly the way a couple married just last year should act on a holiday.

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A Love without conditions


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A Love without conditionsHow often have we heard the words ‘unconditional love’ in the context of parent-child or grandparent-child and just accepted that there is such a thing as love without limitations.. But when it comes to love in marriage, isn’t it something, that most people feel, exists only in movies and books. I for one, do believe that unconditional love is a phenomenon that is pretty rare in marriage.

Is it because we humans tend to demand from others what we are unwilling to give ourselves?. If we haven’t been able to love ourselves as we are, pimples, warts, bulges and all, how then can we extend that kind of love to anyone else whose faults are inevitably obvious to us?

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Seeking Spiritual Anchors


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Seeking Spiritual AnchorsThe temple or church you are entering may be the same one you have visited many times before, but suddenly, there is a difference in the effect it has on you. Your eyes may fill up with tears as you stand and pray with others, or you may feel a general kindness, that you had not noticed before. There is a distinct change in any individual around, or soon after the age of thirty. This change may have been coming on for some years, as the pastimes and preoccupations of the past just don’t have the same importance for you any more.

“I was driving home from a party, sometime between three or four a.m, when suddenly I found myself wondering, ‘What’s the big deal about having fun? Am I really having fun?’ I was driving past people sweeping the roads, or labourers sleeping next to construction sites, and I began to think, what my friends and I had consumed that one evening would have been enough to feed a whole family for a month – thoughts like that. One thing led to another, and that’s when I started noticing myself get more ‘spiritual’ really,” says Sandeep, partner in a recruitment agency.

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