Life is a continuous process of getting used to things we hadn't expected; like sickness, maturing children, relationships, and grief, all demanding daily adjustments.
“For best results, follow instructions of the almighty maker of the heavens and earth.”
The unity of the Trinity of God tells us that every relationship can be made perfect when accepting adjustments.
Marriage is a good example of adjustment where “two reasonable human beings have agreed to abide by each other’s intolerabilities.”
Someone also likened adjustment, in marriage, to two porcupines who lived in Alaska. When the deep and heavy snows came, they felt the cold and began to draw close together. However, when they drew close they began to stick one another with their quills. But when they drew apart they felt the cold once again. To keep warm they had to learn how to adjust to one another—very carefully.