Anatomy of affairs

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  1. I appreciate the mature and honest way you treat relationship issues. It is uncommon in Nigeria. More grease to your elbow


  2. Great insight here.

    One of the Laws of Physics is that… for every action / inaction there is an equal and opposite reaction.

    There is even the spiritual aspect.. KHARMIC Law, Retributive Justice.

    What you sew, you can inadvertently decide to rip. Just like.. what you sow, you reap.

    I also believe that success in marriage is mostly about responsibility and application of discipline.

    No matter how right your treat your spouse, you can also find that colleague in the office that treats your spouse even nicer, is handsomer, richer, more humorous or more generous.

    So.?

    So, treating right is one rung on the marital success ladder.

    In addition to trying to treat our spouse right, it would appear that the application of discipline in a relationship is equally vital.

    We all have different thresholds .

    What an individual would endure without resorting to a backup (via forbearance, tolerance and application of discipline).. others may find intolerable.

    I think a human who is intrinsically promiscuous would always be able to justify his behaviour, ‘right’ treatment or not.

    So, treating the spouse ‘right’ , while great, guarantees nothing, but merely improves the chances of marital success.

    There is always always greener grass just across the fence.

  3. Thoughtful piece. But there are other reasons for getting a side chick or bobo sha…other than the unreliability of another.

  4. “I think a human who is intrinsically promiscuous would always be able to justify his behaviour, ‘right’ treatment or not.”

    No words have been truer than these. Individual ‘genetic’ makeup make people behave the way they do irrespective of their spouse’s unwavering responsibility and loyalty. Again, Prophet Mo, you have spoken my heart in this piece.
    Nicely done.


  5. A very good one Mr. Mo. Very balanced in approach and Eye.Bee.Kay observations are great too. I will be referencing this article in the feature. It has so much bearing even to non-marriage/relationship matters too.

    Thoughtful piece. But there are other reasons for getting a side chick or bobo sha…other than the unreliability of another.

    Very true too. I believe some people just have wrong notion about what relationships and marriage ought to be, some approach marriage with selfish attitude. Association in marriage is another issue r too. When in marriage, association with people who are married will benefit more than with those with failed marriage or unmarried people who will feed you stuff that may work outside marriage relationship.

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