Los Angeles, CA, April 15, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- This new book by Jim Moseley affectionately contemplates the humor of marriage, providing the key to understanding that otherwise inscrutable individual: your spouse.
"The Bible tells us that when a man and a woman marry, they become one flesh," said Moseley. "God, in His infinite wisdom, does not say that they become of one mind."
The book took its inspiration from the marriage of Moseley's elder daughter, Natalie.
"I asked myself," said Moseley, "'What have I learned from being married? What might I tell Natalie and our son-in-law, James, that would help them discover the deep happiness of my marriage? I realized that the vital thing is the ability to see the humor in love."
An excerpt from the book says, "Love has been compared to many poetic things, but, really, love is like a pneumatic tire. There’s always a slow leak of mystery and romance. What every good marriage needs are regular pressure checks and a pump."
This Kindle book, along with 15 other books by Moseley, is available on Amazon.com.