Spousal shimjeong

Writing and etymology in Korean
부부의 심정
[pubuui shimjeong]
夫婦 (부부) [bubu] – spousal
心情 (심정) [shimjung] – shimjeong (heart)

Once your love is born, you are no longer separate individuals; there are now two of you. Having created a family, you cannot do as you please; you have to take responsibility for everything together.

Spouses can be seen as a couple. Each person has a destiny that determines his or her whole life. Even if the husband has a bad destiny, it may improve if his wife has a good destiny. In terms of this kind of logic, you understand that you can’t enter into marriage by considering your companion purely on the outside. Marriage is a terribly responsible thing.

Why do spouses fight? Yes, because each of them expects love from the other. Such people will not last long together and the family will fall apart. If both husband and wife seek to love their other half more than themselves, such a family will not collapse, even if you pray about it. Mutual unselfish love is eternal.

Man is inherently unwilling to share the love of his other half with a third person. A horizontal marital love relationship differs from a vertical parent-child love relationship in that the perfection of the marital relationship collapses as soon as a third person enters the relationship.

In a happy family, the husband comes home and consults with his wife, telling her everything that has happened to him, and finds new solutions to help pave the way in life. If that’s what parents do, children help them, look up to them, and wish their future families were like their father and mother’s.

Instead of spending their entire lives together in peace, spouses need to go through the various vicissitudes of love, endure typhoons, storms, and lightning strikes. Wouldn’t a husband and wife be happy after experiencing so much in their quest for perfect love?