10 life and love lessons from #ALDubEBforLOVE

I'm currently watching this KalyeSerye and it makes me happy, not entertained happy but happy that there is finally a series that reminds men and women the values of courtship and values in general. Yes I am all for equality and what not but no one ever said that equality = losing your respect for oneself and morals.

Lessons from today's episode which I really loved and hope that people will bring back again.

  1. A girl should be more mindful of what's inside rather than the way they look. 
  2. A girl should know what dress is appropriate for every occasion. 
  3. A girl should value herself and know that she is worth the wait. 
  4. A man should know that visiting a girl in her house and meeting the parents is the right way to go. 
  5. A man should bring some snacks or food for the family of the girl that he is visiting. 
  6. You should always ask for permission to visit when you are just courting. 
  7. You should not sit unless you have been told to sit. 
  8. When you make a promise, you need to KEEP YOUR PROMISE. 
  9. A woman needs to always be treated with respect. 
  10. A man who has good intentions will not balk in doing these things for you. 
I've never been one to write about what is trending or the in thing but this one really touched me. I hope my son will do this and that my sister will expect this from the men who will want to be with her and court her. 

I do not see anything wrong with this tradition and I strongly believe that it should be kept alive. 

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20 comments:

  1. I wish more people were mindful of what's inside instead of the outside, but sadly that is not how it is.

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  2. This sounds like a great! There are so many shows that promote bad behavior these days!

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  3. How I wish more people would follow these rules.

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  4. Great post! I love the valid points that were made! Thank you for sharing

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  5. I love the list.
    And especially #8
    Hearts can be so let down from too many broken promises.

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  6. Very important points, I do hope a lot more people gets to see this post.

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  7. These are all such important rules everyone should follow! KalyeSerye seems like a really great series, it’s really worth watching it! Thanks for sharing such an amazing post!

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  8. I need to print this out and give it to my grand kids when they start dating. As well as the young men my grand daughters court and young ladies my grandsons court.

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  9. These are some solid rules. Courting etiquette almost seems like a dying practice. Thanks for sharing this!

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  10. When you make a promise keep it my favorite. Great post

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  11. I love that they are being a good example to the kids these days. They have opened kids, especially the ladies on how it's like to be properly treated and loved.

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  12. Woah so much information I learned. Glad you shared this.

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  13. Kalye Serye is so popular now in the Philippines I heard it many times woth friends and family. Sad to say l didn't got a chance to watch any of this. Been busy with work nowadays. On #2 I remember what Miss Universe Pia says on one of her interview, young girls do not put too much make up and for older woman dress up according to your age don't show too much skin. Funny but true.

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  14. i love #10 and hope that it doesn't die with the next generation

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  15. Some of these are timeless rules. They are romantic in a way.

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  16. These are all born from good manners and respect, and I'd certainly like seeing them more often.

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  17. The show looks really good. I just watched a little clip on YouTube. I hope I can find some with subtitles lol

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  18. These are good life and love lessons to be learned. I hope things like this can be carried down into the younger generations.

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  19. Very important points, I do hope a lot more people reads your post!

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  20. I'm always a fan of traditional. I wish the new generation still applies these ways.
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