Walk side by side…

You know the strange thing about marriage? The way we take things for granted? We always go to bed at night, listening to our spouse’s breathing and heartbeat as we drift away to sleep, and we think that we will always have that.

We never realize that such privilege, could actually be taken away from you until it’s too late. And when it’s too late, we often cling to what that’s already lost… unable to let go.

Things happens in a marriage and in a relationship. And they are not always good things. Fights happens. Misunderstandings happens. Infidelity and unfaithfulness happens. Death happens . All sort of unimaginable things happens to tear us apart and sometimes., we fall out of love without even realizing it. We no longer do things to please our other half, and we forget why we fell in love in the first place. Sacrifices, memories, are of no value as for some, love is seasonal.

Sometimes, it hurts, so, so much, to the point that you wish that you can just forget and move on. Time is not not quite a healer, but forgetfulness is definitely a healer.

How many of you, can proudly say that you will walk side by side with your spouse until he or she walks with his or her walking canes in their hands? Love… and even marriage is such a fragile thing. Nobody can guarantee that you will live a happily ever after with your spouse til the golden age.

Marriage and relationship is full of uncertainties, and would not come to a full circle until you can file up a picture of you and your spouse holding metal walking canes in your hands  while standing side by side in your family album.

Cleffairy: We often say til Death do us apart or for as long as we both shall live. But how many actually get there?

10 comments

  1. Gratitude says:

    So true. Nowadays, whatever vows made at the altar is no longer held sacred. But I guess that in many hearts, there’s still a wish to be able to grow old with a partner by our side.

    Good post fairy! 😉
    +Ant+

  2. Gratitude says:

    So true. Nowadays, whatever vows made at the altar are almost no longer held sacred. But I guess that in many hearts, there’s still a wish to be able to grow old with a partner by our side.

    Good post fairy!
    +Ant+

    • Cleffairy says:

      Sad, isn’t it? If only everyone hold on to the vow …I mean, those who are living… those that’s parted by Death is of course not counted in this…

      ps: Some love transcends even Death. I admire those who did not remarry after their other half died, and continue loving him or her.

  3. Cheeyee says:

    You wouldn’t know until you get there. But before getting there, we will hope to be there. When there’s a hope, there’s a chance. I always believe God make things happen for reasons. 🙂

  4. rC says:

    Hey,
    I am really intrigued by what you said at STP’s blog regarding your ability to see ” thing” . Is that for real ? Do you see just shadow, mist or a real figure ? That is really amazing if you can see such thing from the other dimension. Cheers

    • Cleffairy says:

      Yea… since i was a little girl. they said I have a weak body, that is why my eyes can ‘see’ things. I think I’m not the only one who can see and sense such thing. A lot others can too. Usually, I will just see shadows…but when my relatives died, it would be real figure and I can hear voices… just like they’re still living, but I cannot touch them, and they can’t really talk to me. They dun harm me though, so it doesn’t bother me much.

  5. suituapui says:

    This reminds me of Yasmin Ahmad’s The Funeral. Have you watched that? If you haven’t, go…go and search for the clip on youtube. Must watch…and don;t cry!

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