Love is perfect, but relationships aren’t. They’re made of two people with flaws, baggage and weaknesses. While they say that practice makes perfect, no amount of practice would make us into something other than human.
But maybe there’s something else we can hope to get with practice… something like the experience that comes when you’ve been at a job for a while, and what once seemed impossible somehow becomes second nature.
Practice is indeed what makes a musician competent with the instrument that he plays. It’s what makes an average sports team good, or a good sports team great. What might it do for your team?
In this day of age, with divorce rates on the rise, we need all the practice we can get. To tackle the ever-growing problem of fading love, let’s take a practical approach to the problem. Maybe, with enough practice, what seems difficult to us in our marriages, will become second nature.