Is Marriage a sin or a boon..?
May 19, 2011 2:15am CST
Most of the people nowadays prefer marrying at an early age. But many people have been seen going into depression after marriage. They say that the joy they had before marriage never came in their married life. Most people marry their Bf's/Gf's. Even after spending a good committed. So people please share your views about this.? Should we marry? How should we carry out our married life?
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19 May 11
Marriage is the culmination of two people in love. When marriage turns sour, it is up to the couple of whether to rekindle the love they once have or to let go of themselves from such love. But as they say "It is better to have loved and lost than to have not loved at all". That's what marriage is too.
20 May 11
Two hearts, one love.... Two promises, one covenant...Two lives made one in Christ. I believe that marriage is a sacred religious sacrament. It is a special bond shared between two souls.... a physical, emotional and spiritual unison of two people. The key to a successful marriage is love, understanding, mutual respect, trust, and commitment. God should always be the center of the relationship. I will share the advice of our principal sponsor during our wedding. Here it goes. He said, CHRIST is the ingredient of a successful marriage. C for Communication. H for Honesty. R for Responsibility. I for Intimacy. S for Security and T for Time.
20 May 11
Dear friend, If one get the right person I feel for them marriage is boon and if those wrong couples are united I feel for them it would be a sin. May be life is enjoyed when two right people or loving people unite for them it is boon. I feel it would be like winning a jackpot or lottery.
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19 May 11
Little girls are raised with Cinderella fairytales that her prince charming will come and carry her off. after the wedding they don't tell you that Cinderella had to clean the castle, cook food, wash the clothes etc. Prince Charming you married may or may not work depending on the type of person he is In todays society and economy everyone wants everything instantly. Instant beautiful girl/man, good jobs, home, beautiful children as long as they behave (they never do LOL) Take all this and wrap it up in a neat little bow and you will have stress. you will have committed to a person that changes (both people) its fun the dating and even living together. but the committment and seriousness of marriage seals new set of problems. Bills have to be paid jointly all money needs to be counted together etc. upsets cause aggravation, aggravation causes stress, and unless you really know each other as partners, you can wind up divorced. That in itself is a whole other issue of dealing in stress and aggravation.