Archive for February 10th, 2008

10
Feb
08

Happy Valentine’s

Sure….Valentine’s Day is a commercial holiday made by flower shop owners and Hallmark….but it is also one of the few days of the year where a lot of people gather the courage to actually express how they feel. I have made a commitment early on in my marriage that there will never pass a day where I don’t tell Jeannette that I love her and how precious she is to me. And so far I’ve kept it up 🙂 Here are a few love songs to get you in the right mood for Valentine’s. These are some of my favorites. I hope you’ll be inspired to tell the people you love that you love them! Not only on Valentine’s Day, but it might be a good place to start?

First an old favorite of mine – “Beautiful In My Eyes” (the song we danced to at our wedding 2,5 years ago!) by the little known Joshua Kadison who made it big in the early nineties with a song called Jessie:
Next we have the old classic that Rod Stewart made famous – “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You“:
and finally the country classic – “It’s Your Love”:
….and Torben has now concluded his most romantic blog entry in history:-) Have a lovely Valentine’s Day Thursday!
Torben
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10
Feb
08

About intimacy (quote)

This week’s quote:

If you try to find intimacy with another person before achieving a sense of identity on your own, all your relationships become an attempt to complete yourself/Les Parrott
We need to know who we are in God and have our basic needs of love, acceptance, worth and significance met in him, or else we will always be trying to suck those needs out of those around us. And we were never meant to have our basic needs outside of God. The results when we do this are broken, unhealthy relationships and a constant sense of not being satisfied and fulfilled. 
Torben



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