My gorgeous husband continuously surprises me with his level of openness and willingness to deepen the love in himself and in our relationship. I am forever in appreciation and awe of this and I admire that when I present more love, there is not an ounce of resistance in him to going deeper. For me, this is the confirmation of how powerful the expression of love is: it is supportive, beholding and asking us to further question, unfold and return to the greatness we are all actually from.
For the first time in this life I feel that I am in an intimate, fully committed relationship with a man where we treat each other as equals: we are each unique, we each have our own offerings and strengths in our relationship as we do have areas we each need support with.
However, together we are on the path to be all that we can be with each other, all others, and ourselves in every part of our day. This is an appreciation of him and for him, but also of myself and my deepening commitment to living and being the love that I am in full.
My gorgeous husband is tender, deeply considerate, unimposing, loving, gentle and super caring. He is a powerhouse, he has the ability to unify and gather people, to relate caringly with them and build strong relationships. He is able to see, feel, nominate, and clearly voice his feelings of how things have played out the way they have. He is able to acknowledge when he is wrong and to speak about areas he wants to place more loving attention into.
These are all qualities that I see and appreciate in him but at times he does not see in himself, or have appreciation for . . . and he is aware of this. I fully understand how this can happen and have felt the same in myself too. I totally love his honesty as he chooses to move forward with now bringing appreciation of himself; as he continues to self-care and deepen his relationship with himself, he develops an ever growing presence.
All of this has unfolded with a loving rapidity for him in the past year and I fully admire him, also appreciating the level of love that is now available for us all to connect to and choose in our way of living.
This is a dedication to the love and openness of my husband, and the unending love from Our Soul, always calling us to be more love.
In deep appreciation of Serge Benhayon and the presentations of the Ancient Wisdom and Universal Medicine for reflecting this love to me. This consistent reflection has supported my journey that began eight years ago by reconnecting to the love that I am, to me, and to my greatness. Now we live that love in our family, at work, with our friends and in our lives.
Forever learning and unfolding . . .
By Johanna Smith, Bachelor of Education