These little things, great love! What you should know...
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These “little things” which prove love, it can also be this little owl offered by a husband returning from a tripUpdated on October 21, 2020, Aicha Ndiaye
“I know my husband loves me. But I would love him to give me those little things that prove love.” I hear you, ladies, that you conjure up those meaningful symbols that the ingenuity of the heart knows how to discover.
As children, we had our blanket: this material symbol, so rich in emotion, had the function of representing (making present) our darling mother when she was away. A symbol is a bridge over absence; it is what unites separated beings through thoughts.
Presence in absence
When a husband is forced to go away for his job, the wife often slips into her suitcase not only what is necessary for her and which he would be sure to forget, but also a photo of her children and herself. Herself, or something that will remind her of a wonderful day they had felt so in love with each other.
And when he's there, maybe halfway around the world, he'll find this surprise in his luggage: for example, a beautiful pebble brought back from their honeymoon. And this pebble, like a child's blanket, will tell him "I love you" as soon as he sees it. Or at least he will remind him that there is someone at home who is thinking about him all the time.
Presence in absence! This is the wonderful function of this symbol object.
There are also husbands who, before leaving, hide a nice little note under the pillow. Finding out about the latter, the wife will know that she is loved and united with her husband beyond distance. These “little things” which prove love, it can also be this little owl offered by a husband returning from a trip: “I saw it in a window, I immediately thought of giving it to you to tell you how much… you too are owl.” A childish present, some might think. No, a meaningful gift!
Yes, ladies, I understand that you are fond of these little touches which say love as much as words. How many women keep preciously the junk ring that the young little silver suitor had given them, symbol of their beginner love?
So, dear readers, in your life as a couple, let your imagination run wild: sometimes it takes little things to give immense joy. And that will also help you to understand better.