We got the Bible at the day of our wedding where on the first page was written the best wishes and the quote of Fr Joseph Tischner; The vow concerns the choice. A feelings can be various but the choice should be one and should last. The first choice at any time – in the sickness & health, and also during the happiness & sorrow. I have understood that we will pass victoriously the trials, after the marriage is built on the solid rock. Christ is the rock. We realised that we are completely responsible for each other starting at this special day. Once, I have heard that the eyes express the state of soul, they also brighten while we still say ‘I am so happy that you married me and I have prayed about you’. I love a moments where my husbund says them. The words of love enliven our relationship with the same result as a spice improves a taste of food. We assume it is obvious that we love but we can change a simple walk into a date even after years. If we say and make a very small things they are the nicest. So, it really transforms us and we are ‘just married’ like during this first week after, where everything is ‘just’, where the wedding emotions can revive. I will never forget the great happiness and the wonderful awareness that we got married. If we come back to our memories of ‘before and just after’ it can become as a regenerating impulse the same like a moisturizing cream on a dry skin (a heart). The moments cement us that’s why they are so important at life. We can give as many gifts as possible, then the idea focuses on ‘no buying’ but throughout making a bigger effort – and I love the most. The rule – it must be done from the heart (the examples of secret: tear a piece of paper and write something nice or leave a love message on the mirror, surprise through saying the tender words, so remain caring). I like a saying: use your imagination but including the heart.