We believe a marriage could be compared to a diligent farmer and gardener who care for a beautiful harvest that reaps a bountiful harvest in contrast to a gardener and farmer who is neglectful that does very little work yet expects a bountiful harvest, watch it deteriorate. Just as a rose garden in its beauty has to be watered, nurtured, cultivated and pruned in order to reap the results of a beautiful garden so it is with one's marriage.
This book also contains a list of questions that should be asked during the dating stage when the couple believes their relationship is growing to a higher level of commitment. The practical common sense tips in this book are nothing new. They are plain common sense steps, which needs to be implemented by each mate. Your marriage will be no more or no less than what each individual is willing to make it. Viewing one another as being on, the same winning team is paramount. We recognize our differences, but instead of seeing them as negatives, we hold dear to them as being positive factors that contributes creativity to our marriage. We build upon one another strong points. We do not claim to have a perfect marriage whereby we can say that we never had an argument or said words that we had to ask forgiveness for, however, we continue to grow and learn from challenges and turned them into triumphs.
Peace, Unity and Love.