Sunday, August 26, 2007

Marriage

Now, I will share the pointlessness of marriage. Marriage is the holy union of a man and a woman promised to love and cherish each other 'til death, right? Wrong. Marriage is doesn't have to be holy. Marriage doesn't have to be between a man and a woman. Marriage is an empty promise 50% of the time. Married couples, most of them at least, will no longer love and cherish each other by the time death swings around the corner. So, what's the point in getting married? It is all symbolic and religious. Never does marriage do anything that great for a couple. If anything, it traps them, making them yearn to feel liberated, sometimes pushing them into affairs, which is not a good way to have a healthy relationship. So, please, I beg of you, don't get married.

-Nate

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1 comment:

The Mama said...

marriage is not pointless. marriage protects the legal rights of both the husband and wife as well as the children in the event of a divorce or death. you could argue that many countries have common-law marriages too, however, why have to go through all the trouble of having to prove a common-law relationship when getting married is as easy as signing a piece of paper?