Thursday, 21 June 2012


The medals don't mean anything and the glory doesn't last. It's all about your happiness. The rewards are going to come, but your happiness is just loving your marriage and having fun being a better half.

Many men have the impression that as long as they are not yelling at their wives, beating them, cheating on them or leaving huge messes around the house, he must be a good husband.

What it comes down to is that anybody can win with the best horse. What makes you good is if you can take the second or third-best horse and win.

All that means is that he isn't a bad husband. More than likely he is an average husband (which is nothing to brag about). We always want to be best; not best if, not best but; but best as in a husband!

When you fear a foe, fear crushes your strength; and this weakness gives strength to your opponents.

Instead of not just yelling at his wife, a husband should make an effort to say lots of wonderful things to her. Instead of not beating his wife, he should make certain he often lovingly touches his sweetheart: stroking her hair, lightly kissing her neck, gently massaging her shoulders, kindly rubbing her feet and giving her light kisses on her cheek, nose, ears, forehead and of course, lips.

When you step onto that field, you cannot concede a thing. That field is marriage.

A man shouldn't only not cheat on his wife, he should passionately seduce her. Not being a total slob isn't bad. Helping your wife with the chores is better. Giving her a whole day or week off from her usual chores and you doing them for her is best.

It is not the criminal things that are hardest to confess, but the ridiculous and the shameful.

Men should never settle for being average. If your relationship has been in neutral, it's time you move into first gear.

Human is still the most extraordinary computer of all. Woman is the software that hopes to run on a compatible hardware.