“A perfect marriage isn’t the union of two perfect people. It’s that of two imperfect people who have learned the value of forgiveness and grace.”
Love is simple, but not easy, because it is also significant. Its significance requires that both hands be dirty, stained with effort and sacrifice. Perfection can’t force itself to sustain this kind of love — only grace can. It’s the specific measure of grace and patience that has been given to you, just enough for you to spill out to your one-of-a-kind significant other.
Instead of perfection, let us aim for grace and forgiveness. Make it simple, but significant.