two butterflies on flowers

Butterflies

 April 27, 2020

As butterflies break out of their cocoons in the spring, sometimes marriages need to break out of old patterns in order to find new life.

Butterfly

We are struggling in this cocoon of our marriage. What was once warm and cozy, safe and secure, now feels tight and confining. There’s little room for either of us to grow.

It’ time to break out. Together we can take off and enter a whole new butterfly stage.

Reflections:  Are you struggling in your marriage? Is new life waiting to break out?

 

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