Posted by: George Kimani | August 1, 2016

Beauty, Money NOT recipe for Love|George Kimani


The glorification of materialism is affecting the way we love. We are in a world where the kind of car he drives, the places he hangs out, how curvy she is or the kind of car she drives are top on the list when  considering someone to date.

One wonders what happened to the old way of looking at the character first and the connecting of hearts before anything else.

mmWhen focus on the temporary aspect of what he has now, we miss on the more critical consideration of his passion, his vision and more important his devotion. If we can’t go beyond the veil of how much he has, we are not able to relate with the real him, all we get to love is what he has and not who he is. Even when a man who has means genuinely loves you, one is unable to enjoy that love if the reason to be attracted to him was his money.

Men who concentrate on the looks miss out on the other good aspects of the precious sisters. When you relate with a woman beyond how she looks you get to appreciate the greatness in God’s creation. As the bible puts it, “Whoever finds a wife, finds a good thing and receives favour from God.” Beyond her looks is greatness and many good things. Just look at the difference many wives bring in the lives of their men when the two genuinely love each other. You will trace this in the way he dresses, his health, his performance at work and even their financial capacity.

He might not any investments, but perhaps your touch is what he needs to learn organize his finances better and get there. The good thing about marrying such a man is that when you base your relationship on genuine love, you can work on the money aspect as long as he is committed.

At the end of the day, “Charm is deceptive, and beauty does not last; but a woman who fears the lord will be greatly praised! – Proverbs 31:30”

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