Until We Meet Again,
|Let the rebuke be preceded by a kiss.|
Do Not require a request to be repeated.
Never should both be angry at the same time.
Never neglect the other, for all the world beside.
Let each strive to always accomodate the other.
Let the angry be answered only with a kiss.
Bestow your warmest sypathies in each other's trials.
Make your criticism seldom, and in the most loving manner possible.
Make no display of the sacrifices you make for each other.
Never make a remark calculated to bring ridicule upon the other.
Never deceive; confidence, once lost, can never be wholly regained.
Always use the most gentle and loving words when addressing each other.
Let each study what pleasure can be besowed upon the other during the day.
Always leave home with a tender good-bye and loving words.
--Hills Manual For Social And Business Forms, 1888