Absolute marriage still serves its intended purpose. You will meet plenty of people in your lifetime who are madly in love. That being said, you will also meet people who may only marry for the societal label of it. There are many many people who are forced to marry someone they may not be "madly in love with".
I agree with this statement that true love still does exist. I feel like some people now-a-days think that their true love will just how up in their life and it will be easy. You fall in love, are loyal to each other, and have a ton of tinny kids togther, well that isn't true love. True love isn't always easy to find. True love does exist but, it isn't always given to you, you have to be open to what life throws at you and your true love will show up in your life at the right time. But that doesn't mean you don't have to put in work becuase any true love requires both people putting in effort.
This leads to my belief on that marriage isn't always the case when someone finds their true love. Not everybody in this world is meant to be in a marriage. Just because you found your true love doesn't mean you have to marry each other to show your commitment to each other.
I do believe that true love does exist, but I don't think that people still get married because they love each other. There are people who are married that are not in love, and there are people who are in love but not married. Marriage comes with so many extra "strings", and it is not necessary to get married to love somebody and spend the rest of your life with them.
Yes I completly agree. True love still exists, you can see it in couples young and old. Marriage does serve a huge purpose, it shows the true love between the couples and their devotion for one another. It silently states that they are the only one for the other and it will stay that way for eternity or "to death do they part".
I do agree with the statement that marriage still serves its intended purpose, and true love still exists. It may not be the easiest find for true love but its out there, there is someone out there who sees your true value, and lets you feel comfortable. Yet lately more and more people see it for the purpose of just being with someone. Slowly but surely most of the world won't care about the love in a relationship. It just requires putting in work.
I agree but also disagree. In some cases, yes marriage is still used as it was intended for. Multiple people truly do meet "the love of their life". This case is not the same for everyone though, some cultures have arranged marriages where they must marry the person of their family's choosing. This person may have a good education, job or money. Some people may claim they love someone but may only be with them for their money or social standing, like a celebrity. Someone else may marry an abusive person out of fear or manipulation.
I agree that true love exists, and marriage is still possible; there is just a lot less of that out there. It mostly boils down to how someone is raised; Ex. someone is raised in a family with a stable marriage, then they are more likely to be less of a player and actually look for a life-long partner.
I agree that marriage still serves its true purpose. Marriage's true purpose is to connect two households together to create a partnership. Although people don't always get married for "true love" I still believe there is true love in the world. People all the time are marrying the ones they love and creating a love lasting connection.
I agree, marriage does serve it's intended purpose and true love does exist but people also can think they found the right one but didn't. You can marry somebody early thinking you found it all and it cannot be the right person ending up in divorce which can lead to you finding the right people as well.
I disagree. Marriage now is a burrden to most people at trap. The media talks about how thier goal in life is to be married in their 20s then be divorced before their 30s. I think that it's lost its meaning. There is an exeption of course to those who still believe in true marriage, but I think that as a society its been lost.
I don't necessarily think marriage is still filling its purpose. "The legally or formally recognized union of two people as partners in a personal relationship" - Dictionary. So many people get divorced. It feels like marriage is almost a requirement from society. I feel like a lot of time marriage is forced upon. Not saying the true love doesn't exist, I absolutely believe in true love, platonic love, all of the love. I also think there's a lot of people who are in LOVE and are married. In this case yes it is.
I feel that true love does still exist but it depends on the person you're with. My parents got divorced when I was very young and so I've never really had the experience of living with a happy married couple. I feel if there's enough communication and work out your problems with your partner you can live a happy marrige. True love isn't easy, it's not easy to feel a connection with someone so strong that you can't explain your love to them or have arguments and talk to them about it to become stronger. Happiness is very hard thing to acheive nowadays and you need to put in all the work and effort to live a happy peaceful life.
I definitely believe marriage is for true love. I think more than ever people aren't getting married unless it is love, though people do often fall out of love they still had that love at one point and choice to commit to it. The term "true love" definitely has some gray area because no one really knows the actual definition of true love, but love is such a powerful thing!
I believe that true love still exists but I feel that people have lost and forgotten the concept of marriage. When you marry you are bind to someone for life and they are supposed to be your forever partner. Some people marry for publicity and others marry just to get themselves out of the dating pool. I feel that a lot of people marry before they can be fully committed to someone and before they fully understand the true concept of what it means to be married.
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