The best age to get married
Getting married is one of the most influential events in man’s life. Apart from its fate or results being married should add indispensible value on both practical/ethical and personal/subjective levels. There are things to be learned from marriage and would never be learnt by any other kind of humanistic relationship. These things are feelings, concepts and facts with physical, moral and intellectual elements in one package. Indeed, marriage empowers one’s capabilities proportionately to his/her sentiments and moral ideal. The social significance of marriage is therefore well deserved in a way likened to a social birth certificate. As mentioned in the beginning of this paragraph, even those who had to experience varying degrees of unhappy marital life are impressively lucky. Unhappy marriages would inevitably rescue their “victims” from hampering naivety of solo life style by solving questions related to secret marital affairs and an equally crucial one of financial independence. In this shadow of thinking one may compare the favor done by parents in bringing up their children to that of parents in-law in caring about marriage of their kids.
Marriage decision and accomplishment, besides its complexity and individuality, is an absolute divine destiny. People get attracted to each other via unseen waves that may denote their marital compatibility. The perception of such personal cipher is feasible as long as interferences through unfair subjective considerations can be excluded. Nonetheless, quite great changes in the perceived personal wave cipher may occur and here are passion, devotion and altruism the keyword. Some persons insist on finding their dream marriage partner in a spontaneous high moral attitude. Such a condition should arouse their interest and curiosity as well. Anyhow, cheer up, dear and try to make the best of yourself and cheer up again for it is destiny and nothing other than destiny.