Day 24: Elder Muse – Love Lessons

From the very first moment, in the video below, I was completely taken with Antony and Margy. I invite you to watch this elder couple and feel into intimate companionship through their eyes and experience.

For me this translates to all relationships,…… Enjoy!

Yes I hear people say you need to know yourself to bring that into a marriage, and I am sure that is true. To me it feels slightly different. It is more the willingness to find ourselves in the marriage. That feels a little more forgiving and a bit more allowing. Let this relationship change me in whatever way seems natural in the interaction between us.” ~ Antony Osler

Whether you’re still in the exciting stages of a new relationship or have been married for decades, everyone could use a little relationship advice once in a while.   

And as Antony and Margy share with us in this film, love is like a boat on the ocean – full of ups and downs, currents and ripples, favourable winds and foreboding waves. Mistakes in a relationship are inevitable. But keeping those mistakes forgivable and learning how to deal with the fallout, is the key to a long-lasting relationship.    

And if you feel you’ve found your heart’s other half, we wish you endless days of joy and laughter, and countless nights of deep embrace, unraveling the mysteries of the universe together.

Filmed at Colesburg, South Africa by Green Renaissance  
Featuring Antony and Margy Osler.

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Gaye Abbott, Wildly Free Elder, 12/24/22

2 Comments on “Day 24: Elder Muse – Love Lessons

  1. I love your posts and especially resonate with the message today about growth in relationships!! ❤️
    Thank you so much for lighting up my day each morning.

    • Thank you Janice!! Putting out a daily post during the month of December has been an opportunity for me to simply let go and trust that what I put out there is of value to some. You have just affirmed that possibility! So appreciate that you posted this comment! With Love & Gratitude, Gaye

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