Saturday, October 08, 2005

Intimacy

This shabbos was really a spiritual one. The Shabbos Teshuvah Drasha really echoed a taste of something that trancended the physical. Topics that were brought up dealt with proper parenting and a love for the truth. Romantic goals are imaginative and fake. Real love comes through hard work and trust. Yom Kippur is a time to return to Hashem and really desire to bring him into our lives. Have an easy fast.

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Blogger Fraggle said...

I'm not sure that I agree with your view that, "Romantic goals are imaginative and fake".

I believe that "some" can be, but if you choose someone who is a good match, then it works outin the end and it can be a romance.

My friend was just married 3months ago, was engaged after only 4 weeks of knowing him, and they are completely romantic. :)

8:50 PM  
Blogger Lvnsm27 said...

Fish, I read that while romance is nice, it fades, but if the couple keeps working on their love then the spark will continue.

En, beautiful message and connecting it with our love for Hashem.

10:54 PM  

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