value of relations in relationship

With time, comes progress and with progress comes change. In today’s highly developing world, we ourselves are not realizing the pace at which we are moving towards a more advanced society. The advancement is not just in terms of technology or facilities, but also in terms of mindsets of the people around.

More emphasis is being laid upon objects of materialistic value rather than things that hold an emotional connect to them. The values, the importance of relationships, specifically are being over looked by us.

What are relationships? A bond, a connection, a miracle?

Two people who had once been complete strangers reach to a point where they are ready to give up on their lives for each other. The smile of your little one, as you return home from a long day at work, energizes you up. Just one hug from your mother makes every broken piece stick back together in the blink of an eye. One touch from your partner and you feel your heart skip a beat.
Is that any less than an incredible miracle? Perhaps not.

So much importance is being given to things that hold almost negligible value in front of something as precious as relationships are. People invest time, money and so much more in gaining more and more money simply to proceed ahead in life. What we need to realize is that investing even a small percentage of time can go a long way in mending broken relationships and providing us with the satisfaction and happiness we all chase.

Despite all of that, we, as individuals are neglecting the importance of relationships, of emotions, in our day to day life. Relationships are being considered as wastage of time to some people. People cheat, argue and destroy relationships without even giving a second thought to what they’ve lost. Perhaps such people have never experienced the magic that relationships bring along. Perhaps we, as individuals haven’t yet discovered that the sparkle that we all search for indefinitely, lies within the very things we are overlooking, and that are relationships.

Publisher: Fadiyah Sameh

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