I think love is the most deceiving concept in the world. Before you
let your canons loose, reason with me:
when you love someone, U love someone; there's no mention of how the
other person feels.
when you tell someone that you love them, they act on that - it's
natural. They may not necessarily feel the same way but they may try,
so o o back to the original question: what's important in , ? The
answer is "whatever you, as an individual consider to be important AT
Why do I say so?
When you are in your teens, you love the cool guy/girl in your
When you are in your twenties, you love the ambitious guy/girl with
promising careers or education (that's why no educated person loves a
In your late twenties, if you're still single, you love whoever loves
you (within your social class)
In your thirties, you love whoever you are with, regardless of creed,
color, religion, ethnicity etc ( then you tell everybody to mind their
In you forties, love is not on the priority list, it's like whatever,
(you just want to socialize, be happy and worry about your old age)
Fifties, love and raise your children.
So what is the most important thing in a relationship? It's what you
feel at that time , remember, you haven't made mention of what your
partner feels, it's all about what you want.
Communication, it pretty much covers everything. Communication allows you to communicate to your girlfriend that you wish you had more money (instead of complaining that you can't afford her demands), that you have doubts about the future (instead of distancing yourself from her), that you think her ideas about no sex before marriage is ludacrous (instead of trying to 'trick' her into doing so anyways). .
But maybe this communication thing only works in conjunction with honesty. . ?
Forget about Love, trust, all those are secondary, i will say the most important thing in a relationship is GOD, and the next is money, even with love its hard to live without money, imagine you cannot afford life's essentials like food, shelter, clothing. love ain't gonna take you no where, it ain't gonna put food on the table, feed your kids and all that poo. if you ain't got money then wetin you wan trust.
i say GOD, money, love, trust, kids.