There is no forever without always.
There is no way to gain the riches of commitment without committing.
You can have great friendships but you need to be a great friend.
You can have deep connections but you need to connect deeply.
You can have a life together but you have to give them your life
You can be loved but you have to be loving.
So, you see, if you want forever, it costs always.
Wanting something that lasts is easy. To get it is hard.
It’s work. It hurts. It costs us.
It requires a price, committing, being faithful, connecting, loving—always.
If you want the reward, you need to count the cost. And pay it.
But it’s worth it.