Essay On Perfect Marriage

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Shelley asked me, “What is a perfect marriage?” I had to pause and think for a long while. I thought of Dan and Trumain who have been married forever. They finish each other’s sentences. They also like what each other likes and find each other’s jokes funny. Then, I thought of Frank and Della who are as cool as cool can be. They seemingly float along through life undaunted by very much that comes their way. They are committed to God, each other, and their kids. Then there is Rick and Fawn, longtime partners, who are committed to the Lord, but who have endured a long history with medical problems, but yet their anchor holds. Jorge and Ada, though they were not married as long as Rick and Fawn, but even through their medical challenges, still…show more content…
They don’t fuss, they don’t fight! On the other hand, Carl and Patty challenge each other on everything. If he says yes, she is probably going to say no. But let no one think that they are not deeply in love. When it comes down to it, they adore each other.
So how do we define real love? Also what is the perfect marriage? What may be perfect to one couple may be rather stressful to another. I think there are many happy couples, who are pretty comfortable with each other, causing them to be settled in their relationships. So, “perfect marriage” may be a rather relative term.
In a previous book I said that the strongest thing that we have going for us is our will. The will is not an organ, but all the organs respond to it. Whatever one determines to do it is very likely to be done. No wonder, the great power emanating from the Bible passage presented in Philippians 4:8. It literally thunders! “Whatever things that are true, whatever things are honest, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report; if there be any virtue and if there be any praise, think on these things.” Yes, “Think on these things!” Think on these things that really matter like truth, honesty, justice, purity, loveliness, and on all things that give a good
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