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Married and Loving It!

How to Have a Seriously Happy Marriage


Why Bother Getting Married?

There inevitably comes a time in the right relationship when you sense that this really is your life’s partner.  You love them with a deep resounding surety and know that without them your life would be a less than it can be.

When that time comes you want nothing more than to commit to the greatness of your combined love for every breath of the rest of your life.

Marrying is the next step in the maturing of your relationship because it is making a commitment so deep and profound that the rest of your lives are spent shining within the sacredness of its glow. The vows of marriage are unique and glorious, and a singularly obvious way to grow a relationship into all that it can be.

As this is the most binding contract you will ever enter into, the promises that you make need to be well thought out and deeply believed.  Therefore throw away any archaic, male-dominated, mass-produced vows created by some stranger, and write out what the two of you want to achieve together.  That way you say what you mean and mean what you say.  Marriage vows become far more unique and understandable when they are made by the two marriage partners, showing that each partner is accepting the responsibility of deeply thinking about what they really want from their relationship.

Swearing to abide by these deeply personal vows for the rest of life is an intensely full point-in-time.  In front of friends and family, you declare to the world, that from now on, these two people are bound through all that life can offer.  They are no longer completely separate.  They are One.  They contain the universe and the stars.  They will love each other even when they hate each other.  Their love will flow in ever-greater understanding and compassion for one another.  They are a united power.  They are married.

Those who have not known the deep intimacy and the intense companionship of happy mutual love have missed the best thing that life has to give.

Bertrand Russell, British mathematician and philosopher

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The foregoing is excerpted from Married and Loving It! by Barbara Llewellyn with Rod Kirkham. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced without written permission from Bright Light Multimedia, Suite 143, 16 - 18 Beenleigh Redland Bay Rd, Loganholme, Queensland, Australia, 4129

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