Another aspect of life that operates by the “campfire principle” is relationship.
(If you missed the last post, you can catch up here)
No matter what kind of relationship we’re in, we must continually stoke it and build it.
I’ve only been married for about 20 months, but I’ve already learned that my relationship with my wife requires that I continually give and receive.
If one of us is doing all the giving, we eventually get tired and burn out.
I have to consistently serve and pursue my wife, or our relationship is not going to be “hot.” :)
A good relationship requires that we spend adequate and intentional time building.
So, time for your input.
What have you learned about keeping relationships going?
What other areas of life do you see this “campfire principle” at work?