Love is the only thing that matters and the only thing worth living for.
Still, despite our best intentions, many of us tend to miss the mark when we communicate with others—especially those we love most—as negative patterns and destructive relational cycles veer us off course.
When that happens, it’s important to keep in mind that the way we approach and respond to each other is paramount to deepening our connections.
But old habits die hard, so how might we move in a better direction to deepen our connections with others—something we all desperately want and need?
The answer may surprise you.
We are all created as relational beings in the image of a relational God. And our Orthodox Theology as it pertains to the Holy Trinity speaks to both the interrelatedness and interactions between the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
While there are distinct persons in the Holy Trinity none live in absolute isolation, but rather in perfect harmony, unity and relationship to one another
I encourage you to listen to my talk on this so that you may learn more about how we might restore harmony and unity to our own families—through Christ: