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(src)="1"> © 2018 Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania
(trg)="1"> © 2018 Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania

(src)="2"> This publication is not for sale .
(trg)="2"> Yoolaleeryiwa ela henakulihiwa .

(src)="3"> It is provided as part of a worldwide Bible educational work supported by voluntary donations .
(trg)="3"> Enapakiwa ntakhara muteko wa mahusiheryo a Piipiliya oneeriwa veelaponi yoothene yavathi , onakhaviheryiwa ni sooveleela soochuna .

(src)="4"> To make a donation , please visit www.jw.org .
(trg)="4"> Wi mpake sooveleela khwoo , muye mu www.jw.org .

(src)="5"> Unless otherwise indicated , Scripture quotations are from the modern - language New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures .
(trg)="5"> Yaahikhalavo yoothoonyerya ekina , masu oothene a mu Soorempwa ti a Bibiliya Nsu na Muluku .

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(src)="1"> We hear a lot about what goes wrong in families that fail .
(trg)="1"> Ninnawiriyana vancipale vooloca sa ichoko sihinakhumelela phaama .

(src)="2"> But what goes right in those that succeed ?
(trg)="2"> Nto tiheeni anapakaaya yaale anakhumelela phaama ?

(src)="3"> Between 1990 and 2015 , the divorce rate in the United States doubled for those over the age of 50 and tripled for those over 65 .
(trg)="3"> Variyari va eyaakha ya 1990 ni 2015 o Estatu Unitu omwalana wohaacereryeya wa achu arino iyaakha opwaha 50 ni 65 .

(src)="4"> Parents are confused : Some experts recommend giving children constant praise , while others advocate tough love .
(trg)="4"> Alipa ooyara ari oohaleeliheya : Alipa oohuserya akina analoca sa waacicimiha anamwane , nto alipa awaakiha miyaha analoca sa osivela .

(src)="5"> Young people are entering adulthood without the skills they need to succeed .
(trg)="5"> Amiravo akina annaphiyerya winnuwa ehirino mavyakelo anachunaaya wi ekhumelele phaama .

(src)="6"> Nevertheless , the fact is . . .
(trg)="6"> Naamwi hiiha , eparipari ti yawi . . .

(src)="7"> Marriage can be a rewarding and permanent bond .
(trg)="7"> Othela onanwerya okhala wamphurelo ni woolipa .

(src)="8"> Parents can learn to discipline their children with love .
(trg)="8"> Alipa ooyara ananwerya ohuserya waalaka anaaya moosivela .

(src)="9"> Young people can gain the skills they need for adulthood .
(trg)="9"> Amiravo ni asimwali ananwerya waavya mavyakelo anachunaaya yunnuwa .

(src)="10"> How ?
(trg)="10"> Mwawiihai ?

(src)="11"> This issue of Awake !
(trg)="11"> Erevista ela Vinyani !

(src)="12"> will discuss 12 secrets of successful families .
(trg)="12"> enahaala othokororya ichu 12 sinahakalaliha ichoko .

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(src)="1"> Secret 1 Commitment
(trg)="1"> Echu 1 Nlakano

(src)="2"> Secret 2 Teamwork
(trg)="2"> Echu 2 Wiiwanana

(src)="3"> Secret 3 Respect
(trg)="3"> Echu 3 Ncicimiho

(src)="4"> Secret 4 Forgiveness
(trg)="4"> Echu 4 Olevelela

(src)="5"> Secret 5 Communication
(trg)="5"> Echu 5 Olocihana

(src)="6"> Secret 6 Discipline
(trg)="6"> Echu 6 Olaka

(src)="7"> Secret 7 Values
(trg)="7"> Echu 7 Meecelo

(src)="8"> Secret 8 Example
(trg)="8"> Echu 8 Ntakiheryo

(src)="9"> Secret 9 Identity
(trg)="9"> Echu 9 Omuchu

(src)="10"> Secret 10 Trustworthiness
(trg)="10"> Echu 10 Ororomeleya

(src)="11"> Secret 11 Industriousness
(trg)="11"> Echu 11 Owetha

(src)="12"> Secret 12 Goals
(trg)="12"> Echu 12 Soolakelela

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(src)="1"> Commitment is like an anchor that keeps your marriage steady during stormy times
(trg)="1"> Nlakano nri ntoko ankora a mwaaceya yoowo onalipiha othela wanyu mu soohooxa

(src)="2"> FOR COUPLES
(trg)="2"> WA ATHELI

(src)="3"> Husbands and wives who are committed to their marriage view it as a permanent bond , and that creates a sense of security between them .
(trg)="3"> Mulopwana ni muthiyana yaawo apanke nlakano , anoona othela waya okhala wa elukuluku yoothene , nave nlakano nlo ninnaweeriha okhala oolipiheya .

(src)="4"> Each spouse is confident that the other will honor the union , even in difficult times .
(trg)="4"> Oopiili annaroromela wi mmoha ti mmoha onahaala okhapelela othela owo naamwi mu sookacamiha .

(src)="5"> Some couples feel compelled to stay together because of social or family pressure .
(trg)="5"> Atheli akina annakhinyereryeya okhala vamoha nthowa na amusi ni asinthamwene .

(src)="6"> Far better , however , is a sense of commitment that is based on mutual love and respect .
(trg)="6"> Nto echu yaphaamaxa nri nlakano nenlo nnathipeleya mu osivela ni ncicimiho .

(src)="7"> BIBLE PRINCIPLE : “ A husband should not leave his wife . ” ​ — 1 Corinthians 7 : 11 .
(trg)="7"> PIIPILIYA ONI : “ Mulopwana ahimwalane ni mwariye . ” — 1 Korinto 7 : 11 .

(src)="8"> “ If you are committed to your marriage , you allow yourself to be wronged .
(trg)="8"> “ Waakhanle wi moopaka nlakano hamunaphwanela waakuvelaka onyeenyeya .

(src)="9"> You are quick to forgive and quick to apologize .
(trg)="9"> Munaphwanela waakuvela olevelela ni oveka nikhurumuwelo .

(src)="10"> You view problems as obstacles , not as deal breakers . ” ​ — Micah .
(trg)="10"> Mooneke makacamiho anyu ntoko nikoco nri mumphironi ohiya ntoko mwaako ohoolo wanyu . ” — Micah .

(src)="11"> When confronted with problems , spouses without commitment are more likely to conclude , ‘ We just weren’t made for each other ’ and look for ways to get out of the marriage .
(trg)="11"> Vaavaa anakumanaaya ni namvutuka , atheli yaawo ahinacicimiha nlakano na othela annaakuvela wuupuwela eriki , ‘ nikhami nahu hanniiwanana ’ nave annaavya mikhalelo sa omwalana .

(src)="12"> “ Many people go into marriage knowing that they have a ‘ fallback plan ’ ​ — divorce .
(trg)="12"> “ Achu ancipale annathelana yuupuwelelaka omwalana muhoolo .

(src)="13"> When people enter marriage already thinking about the possibility of divorce , their commitment is lacking right from the start . ” ​ — Jean .
(trg)="13"> Vaavaa ela eneereyaaya , nlakano naya ninnaceecheya ovinyerya omapacereryo . ” — Jean .

(src)="14"> TEST YOURSELF
(trg)="14"> MWIISAALIKHELE

(src)="15"> When in the middle of a dispute . . .
(trg)="15"> Wakhumelela ohiiwanana . . .

(src)="16"> Do you find yourself regretting that you married your spouse ?
(trg)="16"> Apwanne munnakhalano ekeerelani ya othelana ni muchu yoowo ?

(src)="17"> Do you daydream about being with someone else ?
(trg)="17"> Apwanne munnaanyiherya muri ni muchu mukina ?

(src)="18"> Do you say things such as “ I’m leaving you ” or “ I’m going to find someone who appreciates me ” ?
(trg)="18"> Apwanne munnaloca masu ntoko “ kinamoohiya ” naari “ kinaya omwaavya muchu onakipwacha ” ?

(src)="19"> If you answered yes to one or more of those questions , now is the time to strengthen your commitment .
(trg)="19"> Waakhanle wi naakhulo nanyu ti nawi “ aai ” , ela elukuluku wi mulipihe nlakano nanyu .

(src)="20"> DISCUSS WITH YOUR SPOUSE
(trg)="20"> MULOCE NI OOTHELANA ANYU

(src)="21"> Has the level of commitment in our marriage decreased ?
(trg)="21"> Apwanne nlakano nahu nookukuceya ?

(src)="22"> If so , why ?
(trg)="22"> Waari hiiha , ntakhara heeni ?

(src)="23"> What steps can we take now to strengthen our commitment ?
(trg)="23"> Tiheeni nnaphwanelaahu weera wi nlipihe nlakano nahu ?

(src)="24"> TIPS
(trg)="24"> MWEERERYE ELA

(src)="25"> Write an occasional love note to your spouse
(trg)="25"> Ikwaha ikina mmurepele oothelana anyu ekaarata ya osivela .

(src)="26"> Show your commitment by displaying photos of your spouse on your desk at work
(trg)="26"> Mooniherye nlakano nanyu moorweela wa okuha iruku sa oothelana anyu va wooneyavo omutekoni wanyu .

(src)="27"> Phone your spouse each day while you are at work or apart
(trg)="27"> Mmwiichane oothelana anyu mu telefone muri omuteko naari nipuro nikina .

(src)="28"> BIBLE PRINCIPLE : “ What God has yoked together , let no man put apart . ” ​ — Matthew 19 : 6 .
(trg)="28"> PIIPILIYA ONI : “ Yeyo Muluku ophitànnyeiye , mutxhu ahimwalanye . ” — Mateu 19 : 6 .

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(src)="1"> Teamwork means that you are pilot and copilot with the same flight plan
(trg)="1"> Atheli awiiwanana ari ntoko mulipa a weeciha nceeke ni mukhaviheryi awe arino yoolakelela emoha

(src)="2"> FOR COUPLES
(trg)="2"> WA ATHELI

(src)="3"> When there is teamwork in a marriage , a husband and wife are like a pilot and copilot with the same flight plan .
(trg)="3"> Wakhala wi atheli anniiwanana , analikana ni mulipa a weeciha nceeke ni mukhaviheryi awe yaawo arino yoolakelela emohamoha .

(src)="4"> Even when challenges arise , each spouse thinks in terms of “ we ” rather than “ me . ”
(trg)="4"> Vaavaa sookacamiha inakhumelelaaya , oopiili annawetha vamoha .

(src)="5"> BIBLE PRINCIPLE : “ They are no longer two , but one flesh . ” ​ — Matthew 19 : 6 .
(trg)="5"> PIIPILIYA ONI : “ Vano hari eli , nto mutxhu mmoha . ” — Mateu 19 : 6 .

(src)="6"> “ Marriage is not a solo act .
(src)="7"> Husband and wife must work together to make it successful . ” ​ — Christopher .
(trg)="6"> “ Mulopwana ni muthiyana anaphwanela owetha vamoha ntoko nikhuuru wi ekhumelele phaama . ” — Christopher .

(src)="8"> When a conflict arises , a husband and wife who are not a team will tend to attack each other rather than the problem .
(trg)="7"> Nikacamiho nakhumelela , atheli yaawo ahiri awiiwanana anateteiwa ni soohesa sa mukina ni mukhwaawe opwahana omaliha nikacamiho nlo .

(src)="9"> Minor issues will turn into major obstacles .
(trg)="8"> Nave miyaha mikhaani sinnathatuwa ikhala mitokweene .

(src)="10"> “ Teamwork is the essence of marriage .
(trg)="9"> “ Wiiwanana ti woochuneya veechokoni .

(src)="11"> If my husband and I weren’t a team , we would be roommates instead of marriage mates ​ — two people who live together but who aren’t on the same page when it comes to important decisions . ” ​ — Alexandra .
(trg)="10"> Waakhanle wi miyaano ni aiyaka hanniiwanana , naahaala okhala ntoko achu anaamoona okhala vamoha eniiso ehirino soolakelela imohamoha . ” — Alexandra .

(src)="12"> TEST YOURSELF
(trg)="11"> MWIISAALIKHELE

(src)="13"> Do I view the money I earn as “ all mine ” ?
(trg)="12"> Apwanne ikhorowa kinaakhelaaka kinoona wi ti “ saaka ” pahiru ?

(src)="14"> To relax fully , do I need to be away from my spouse ?
(trg)="13"> Apwanne kinnachuna oothelana aka ari ocai wi kipuhe phaama okumi ?

(src)="15"> Do I keep my distance from my spouse’s relatives , even though he or she is close to them ?
(trg)="14"> Apwanne kinnasepa waataana ni amusi a oothelana aka aniiso yene aatanneno ?

(src)="16"> DISCUSS WITH YOUR SPOUSE
(trg)="15"> MULOCE NI OOTHELANA ANYU

(src)="17"> In what aspect ( s ) of our marriage do we work well as a team ?
(trg)="16"> Makupa taani a othela wahu nniiwananaahu ntoko nikhuuru ?

(src)="18"> In what aspect ( s ) could we improve ?
(trg)="17"> Apwanne aakhala makupa nnaphwanelaahu orehererya ?

(src)="19"> What steps can we take to improve our spirit of teamwork ?
(trg)="18"> Echu taani yaweera wi naaceererye wiiwanana ntoko nikhuuru ?

(src)="20"> TIPS
(trg)="19"> MWEERERYE ELA

(src)="21"> Imagine a tennis match with the two of you on opposite sides of the net .
(src)="22"> Instead , what practical steps can you take to join your spouse so that you are both on the same team ?
(trg)="20"> Mwaanyiherye wi oopiili anyu muri mmakhuuru oohiyana a omvonya mphirya , echu taani mwaahaalaanyu weera wi mukhale mu nikhuuru nimohamoha ni oothelana anyu ?

(src)="23"> Instead of thinking , ‘ How can I win ? ’
(trg)="21"> Ohiyana wuupuwela wi , ‘ kini kivoothe hai ? ’

(src)="24"> think ‘ How can we both win ? ’
(trg)="22"> muupuweleke ha , ‘ hiyo oopiili nni nivoothe hai ? ’

(src)="25"> “ Forget about who is right and who is wrong .
(trg)="23"> “ Muhaavyaavye omusuwela taani orino nthowa .

(src)="26"> That isn’t as important as having peace and unity in your marriage . ” ​ — Ethan .
(trg)="24"> Eyo tahi yoochuneya opwaha okhalano murecele ni wiiwanana veechoko . ” — Ethan .

(src)="27"> BIBLE PRINCIPLE : “ Look out not only for your own interests , but also for the interests of others . ” ​ — Philippians 2 : 3 , 4 .
(trg)="25"> PIIPILIYA ONI : “ Muhithokorerye sanyuru , nto sa akhwinyutho . ” — Filipi 2 : 3 , 4 .

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(src)="1"> Respectful speech is the mortar that can hold your marriage together
(trg)="1"> Masu a ncicimiho ari ntoko matope anacopaanyerya othela wanyu

(src)="2"> FOR COUPLES
(trg)="2"> WA ATHELI

(src)="3"> Respectful spouses care about each other , even during a disagreement .
(trg)="3"> Wakhala wi oothelana annacicimihana , awo annakhalihana phaama naamwi mweelukuluku ya ovaanyihana .

(src)="4"> “ These couples don’t get gridlocked in their separate positions , ” says the book Ten Lessons to Transform Your Marriage .
(trg)="4"> Liivuru mmoha a othela oriye : “ Atheli awo annasepa ovolowa mmukhalelo oopiili ahinachunaaya oloca .

(src)="5"> “ Instead , they keep talking with each other about conflicts .
(trg)="5"> Moohiyana , annapwahiherya ovaanela sa nikacamiho nlo .

(src)="6"> They listen respectfully to their spouses ’ perspectives and they find compromises that work for both sides . ”
(trg)="6"> Annawiriyanana mwa ncicimiho nave annaphiyerya makuchuwelo yaawo anaphariheleya wa oopiili . ” — Ten Lessons to Transform Your Marriage .

(src)="7"> BIBLE PRINCIPLE : “ Love . . . does not look for its own interests . ” ​ — 1 Corinthians 13 : 4 , 5 .
(trg)="7"> PIIPILIYA ONI : “ Okhwela [ naari osivela ] . . . honasya ophura waya . ” — 1 Korinto 13 : 4 , 5 .

(src)="8"> “ To respect my wife means that I appreciate her value and I don’t want to do anything that would damage her or our marriage . ” ​ — Micah .
(trg)="8"> “ Omucicimiha mwaaraka enataphulela wi kinnoona esisapo awe nave nkinachuna weera echu yaahaala ompahula yene ni othela wahu . ” — Micah .

(src)="9"> Without respect , conversation between spouses can become laced with criticism , sarcasm , and even contempt ​ — qualities that researchers say are early predictors of divorce .
(trg)="9"> Waahikhalavo ocicimihana , olocihana wa atheli onakhala wa esara , munyemu ni oveihana .
(trg)="10"> Iha mikhalelo seiyo alipa ootholathola aloncaaya wi sinnakumiherya omwalana .

(src)="10"> “ Making snide remarks , innuendos , or jokes about your wife will only crush her confidence , destroy her trust , and damage your marriage . ” ​ — Brian .
(trg)="11"> “ Omulocela mwaarinyu masu oovevula , a munyemu , naari ooroha anahaala opahula omuchu awe ni wiisoona wawe ni opahula othela wanyu . ” — Brian .

(src)="11"> TEST YOURSELF
(trg)="12"> MWIISAALIKHELE

(src)="12"> Track your conversation and actions for a week .
(src)="13"> Then ask yourself :
(trg)="13"> Muupuwelele olocihana wanyu ni saweera sanyu sa esumana emoha , nave mwiikohe :

(src)="14"> ‘ How often did I criticize my spouse , and how often did I give her a compliment ? ’
(trg)="14"> ‘ Ikwaha kavi kimvevunlaaka oothelana aka , nave ikwaha kavi kimuthamalenlaaka ? ’

(src)="15"> ‘ In what specific ways did I show respect for my spouse ? ’
(trg)="15"> ‘ Mmikhalelo taani sawooneya koonihenryaaka ncicimiho wa oothelana aka ? ’

(src)="16"> DISCUSS WITH YOUR SPOUSE
(trg)="16"> MULOCE NI OOTHELANA ANYU

(src)="17"> What actions and words would help each of you feel respected ?
(trg)="17"> Saweera taani naari masu eni emucicimihe mmoha ti mmoha a hiyo ?

(src)="18"> What actions and words make each of you feel disrespected ?
(trg)="18"> Saweera taani naari masu enamweeriha muchu wiisoona ohicicimiheya ?

(src)="19"> TIPS
(trg)="19"> MWEERERYE ELA