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Today I Will Love My Wife

Growing up, my father used to tell me almost daily that he had decided to love my mother that day.  As a child, I found this odd.  Why would my father have to decide to love my mother?  After all, he had married her.

Well, as a married man, I now see the validity of his actions.  He was making a daily commitment to love his wife.   While simple, it is powerful.

Challenge: I’ve been married since 2005 and I’ve made this part of my daily routine.  Will you join me?

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