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Offer to Help...

For Healthy Marriages
“Not tonight Hun, I have a headache.” The dreaded words that every “excited” husband doesn’t want to hear!
I know the moment the “H” word slipped from her lips your mind was filled only with the shattered dream of your evening. Take a moment to regroup and refocus. Yes your sexual hopes might be dashed for the evening, but your wife just told you she is in pain. Take a deep breath and remove your interests from the front of your “mind”.

There are lots of ways that you might be able to help your wife’s headache.
Offer to:
Give her a massage Rub her feet Draw her a bath Give her quiet time Take care of bedtime with the kids  All of those are appropriate responses when your beloved is in pain. Offer to help her but then don’t help in a way that only seeks to recover your shattered evening. 9 times out of 10 your wife will say no to the massage, even if it would help her headache, because she thinks you will use it to continue your sexual advances. Tell her the offer…

Roy Ayers - Jazz Legends: Live Brewhouse Theatre 1992

It was new generation of players and samplers would end up at vibraphone maestro Roy Ayers corner of the rainbow. From the time he formed his group Ubiquity in 1970, Roy Ayers has mesmerized millions of people with his unique style of music known as Smooth Jazz. His songs have been sampled by dozens of groups including A Tribe Called Quest, Brand Nubian, X-Clan, Big Daddy Kane, Erykah Badu, Mary J. Blige, the Notorious BIG, Foxy Brown and Sean "Puffy" Combs. His signature blend of smooth vibes, mother wit lyrics, classic bottom, and dashes of saxophones, keyboards and wordly percussion, is a reflection of his eclectic brilliance.

What I learned today:

1) Change Your Life Today: Invest in your IDEA.
2) Stop watching others blow up. Stop sitting around waiting, complaining. Tap into your own IDEA and creativity.
3) Forget money, think service.
4) Everything you ever wanted in life is in your IDEA.
5) Do what YOU were born to do. Don't be a copycat. Find out who you are, what your purpose is?