I liked many things Bo writes about in his book. However, one thing I would like to refute is that I am the worlds formost expert on Love, which he claims to be, kc sabi niya "He has made more mistakes than anyone on this subject of love".
Sorry Bo, I have made more mistakes, so that makes me the leading authority.
Truth is we all make mistakes. But we can make right decisions too.
I heard someone say "We will not wake up one day and accidentally have slipped into a perfect lifestyle."
It must be intentional. A great spiritual life or a great love life.
It is something we must pursue. I recently shared with some students that the 2nd most important decision a person could ever make is choosing a spouse.
If this is true, shouldn't we be putting more emphasis in making that decision?
Do we randomly choose relationships sometimes based on feelings that come and go?
Wouldn't a relationship based on character and a lengthy friendship be a better decision?
So if that is #2, then what is the number one decision a person can ever make?…