Been in Love? New Pop Music Video -- Always on my Mind
View the Music Video - Always on my Mind
The Excitement of New Love and Old Love
Ever been in love? Are you in love now? Either way, there's a new music video by the young Mr. Williams which might resonate with you. It does with me. It's a fun video with some lyrics that hit home if you've ever felt those sweet tingles of just wanting so much to be around that special someone.
Are you young and in love? How about if you've been married upward of 40 years or perhaps married more than once and really are intent on making the relationship work? Again, either way you know as well or better than the younger in love how important it is to keep these sensitive feelings of reciprocal caring alive.
New Music Video. Turn up the volume and grab your dancing partner!
I am no expert by any stretch of my imagination. But I have been married 38 years, so I have learned a few truths along the way.
Kindness – which is a natural part of love – is important in every interaction between companions. Love, honor and respect of one another are critical. These things take hard work and a desire to focus on the other person, not oneself. I'm certainly not perfect at it. Each day is a new day. Equality is another key factor in a strong relationship. There cannot be one companion who thinks they are superior to the other. We each have our own strengths and weaknesses, but our weaknesses do not make us inferior. To quote a cliché, we are each a work in progress. Each of us is always developing in many facets of our life. We need to respect our companion in every way, acknowledging that we have weaknesses just as they do. This is the beginning of charity, the true essence of love – to love someone unconditionally.
I haven't actually read a How-to-Keep-your-Relationship-Strong kind of book, but I see the titles on bookshelves when I enter any big bookstore. There are probably some really good books on the subject. In fact, there are probably ten million books on the subject in the world – in different languages – so a few of them must have some good honest truths within them.
I do know a few couples who have been married 65 years to each other. Also I have read articles and experiences by people who have been married at least 50 years and still truly love their spouse. I try to learn by wise people's experiences rather than the school of hard knocks. I know love between two people can be kept strong.
What is Love?
I like to keep life simple. Although I am analytical in my day job as an adjuster and negotiator five days a week, I admit I am actually a romantic and an idealist. Why? Because life truly can be romantic and we can truly aim for our ideals.
It's so beautiful when we meet that really special someone. The initial meeting, the first couple of dates, the social gatherings with our special someone and their family and friends, the anticipation of each upcoming outing together – it is all so exciting, no matter what age we are. Does it have to end once the romance is in bloom and we are in the company of our special someone more and more? Do these exciting feelings have to dissipate as we spend years and years with our special someone? I think not. We can let the first inklings of love grow. We can nurture our relationship with genuine listening and caring. And we can go forward, making every day a special day in some way for that one person we find always on our mind. If we have a zest for life, we can keep the zest in our love.
Live, Love, Laugh.
Love is for the Young in Heart. Sweet Video to Watch.
I really like this funny and fun music video by young Mr. Williams titled Always on My Mind.
If you enjoy the music video at the top of this hub, please share it with your friends on social media and Hubpages.
Clayton Williams' favored forms of music genre fall into Rock, Alternative Rock and Progressive Rock – in which he writes the lyrics and music himself. He has written the music, lyrics and video of this one -- though it is Pop Rock, I would say -- and it came into his mind in the real and usual way inspirations occur, so he is sharing it with us. It is available on Reverbnation. It will also be available on Itunes by mid-January, 2014.
By the way, did you happen to read the other hub I wrote about Mr. Williams last year titled Clayton Williams, Singer and Songwriter?
Aloha, friends -- and remember -- stay young in heart.
Gordon B. Hinckley, Teachings of Gordon B. Hinckley , 209
Clayton Can Make Anybody Smile
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