Imagine this: you're at the zoo, entranced by the grandeur of nature. The zookeeper tiptoes through the tall grass, encroaching on the domain of the Lion— the indisputable King of Beasts. From his satchel, he retrieves a mouth-watering, raw steak and serves it up to the regal beast. An unwritten agreement underlies their interaction: Peace reigns as long as the King of Beasts, his Queen, and their appetite are kept satisfied. In return, they exhibit a surprising docility, a jovial spirit even.
But let's flirt with the 'what ifs.' What if our trusty zookeeper starts taking his majestic charges for granted? What if he wakes up one morning, feeling a tad bit daring, and decides to skimp on their gourmet meals?
Well, the King and Queen will quickly remind him— with their teeth and claws— that their gentle facade doesn't erase their primal nature. After all, even the most domesticated beast remembers its wild instincts.
Isn't that the same with love? Your partner—be it your wife, husband, or significant other— mirrors the traits of these beasts. They are your King or Queen— gentle and tame, yes, but never forget that beneath lies a fierce spirit. They haven't forgotten who they are, and neither should you. Kindness is not a weakness, and a gentle beast isn't synonymous with being feeble. Remember Buck from Jack London's 'Call of the Wild?' Even he couldn't resist the primal call.
So, let me ask you a bold, spicy question: Have you been taking your King or Queen for granted? And, what's the cost?