Why Marriage Matters

Marriage is one of the most important aspects of our lives. If you are already married, you’ve probably already discovered why it is so important and all of the good that comes from maintaining a healthy marriage. On the other hand, you also may have experienced some of the hardships that coincide with marriage. Either way, marriage is a way for us to grow with our spouses and starts by the recognition that the unity between two is more powerful than anything in the world.

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One reason that marriage is so important is because it brings a sense of oneness to our lives, hence the saying, “when two become one.” A bond of marriage is a bond like nothing else – it gives us someone we can learn with, grow with, and help along life’s crazy journey. Being one means that you are no longer lonely, that you can face challenges together, and that you always have somebody to help you out when you need it most.

In addition, the first stages of marriage are the beginning of some of life’s greatest treasures. Marriage is the beginning of having a family and presents opportunities for use to have children and expand our families. Marriage is also an emotional and spiritual union (not just physical). Being married means you are bonded by more than a ring or a certificate – marriage means feeling each other’s presence when one isn’t there.

Marriage also equates to love, the most powerful feeling of them all. Marriage is a love that will always be there, unconditionally, and brings joy and peace to our lives. When you are going through hard times in your marriage, always remember that it is a love that cannot fade, and think of the joy that both of you bring to the world when you are together.

Throughout your lifetime you will recognize that marriage matters most in life. So always treat your spouse with utmost respect and remind each other that love is the answer to all of life’s questions.


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