There is as much wisdom in listening as there is in speaking - and that goes for all relationships, not just romantic ones.
Not too isolated, not too many relationships, the middle, that's wisdom.
Wisdom in relationships involves a selfless desire to do what's best for the other person.
Relationships: It takes wisdom to know when to turn the page and courage to know when to close the book.
The fatal flaw of human wisdom is that it promises that you can change your relationships without needing to change yourself.
Mercy is not giving someone what they deserve. Grace is giving someone what they don't deserve. Extend God's wisdom in your relationships.
In our final moments we all realize that relationships are what life is all about. Wisdom is learning that truth sooner rather than later.
The essence of wisdom, from a practical standpoint, is pausing long enough to look at our lives-invitations, opportunities, relationships-from God's perspective. And then acting on it
The simple power of prayer can save us all kinds of time and trouble if we will ask God to give us wisdom and discernment in our relationships.
Relationships are like the world's most intense yoga! It's a daily practice.
The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.