Archive for May, 2008

Marriage – Are You Ready?

Marriages are contracted everyday and everywhere around the globe. But 80% of them last not a weekend. Stars, actors and actresses and artistes are the worst hit. I always wonder why one should start a journey that one cannot finish with a clean record. Men and women, Boys and girls ‘jump’ into the race that they would soon get tired-of. Boys and girls being the worst hit. This then causes the infiltration of the universe with half-baked personalities due to the break-down of the nuclear family structure.

What Then Is Marriage?


According to PASSION, “Marriage is the personal voluntary slavery situation where one agrees to ever serve the other without complain or grumbling until master death parts them.” At this juncture, no party has the right to ask for a disconnection a long as they are alive. It is an eternal thing. It is a situation where you do not have a choice otherwise. Moreover, you cannot possibly be praying for the demise of your spouse so you can be free; that’s murder! To get married then it means that the man must completely remove his backbone or spinal cord, and the woman her mouth totally shut as if dumb. This is what I call: “Connubial Relinquish.” As soon as this is accomplished, then there is going to be the real union of souls and bodies of two different beings merged into one superbeing. This means that: the professor becomes a nonprofessional, the reverend becomes a layman, the lawyer becomes a layman, the rich becomes the poor, the poor becomes the rich, and vice versa. Until this is accomplished, there is going to be a divorce soon.

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Marriage: personal union between individuals

Marriage is a personal union between individuals. This union may also be called matrimony, while the ceremony that marks its beginning is called a wedding and the status created is sometimes called wedlock. The act of marriage changes the personal status of the individuals in the eyes of the law and society.Marriage

Marriage is an institution in which interpersonal relationships (usually intimate and sexual) are sanctioned with governmental, social, or religious recognition. It is often created by a contract or through civil processes. Civil marriage is the legal concept of marriage as a governmental institution, in accordance with marriage laws of the land.

Marriage may take many forms: for example, a union between one man and one woman as husband and wife is a monogamous heterosexual marriage; polygamy — in which a person takes more than one spouse — is common in many societies;[1] and, in some jurisdictions[2] and denominations, a same-sex marriage unites people of the same sex. (Other jurisdictions may not allow this, but instead provide civil unions or domestic partnerships conferring some or all of the benefits of married status.)

People marry for many reasons, but usually one or more of the following: legal, social and economic stability; the formation of a family unit; procreation and the education and nurturing of children; legitimizing sexual relations; public declaration of love; or to obtain citizenship.[3][4]

A marriage is often declared by a wedding ceremony,[5] which may be performed either by a religious officiant, by a secular government-sanctioned officiator, or (in weddings that have no church or state affiliation) by a trusted friend of the wedding participants. The act of marriage usually creates obligations between the individuals involved, and in many societies, their extended families.

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