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Are You Polite In Marriage ?

It’s been about two and a half centuries Richard Steele wrote: “Two people who have elected to each other, of all species … to be mutually supportive comfort and each other, agree with this step to be good-humored, affable, dis secrets, tolerant, patient and happy with all due respect to the frailties and imperfections of one another. It is a very good summary, or at least a good start “of what one might do or expect from marriage. Marriage is not a matter of thoughtless considerations, nor should it be. There is no question of a decision untimely, nor has to be. Requires enduring qualities of character: the devotion to duty, addressed to the facts, solve problems, work, solvency, ambition straight, make a home, educate children, adjusting to life, people and disappointments. Every day is a relationship that requires ingenuity, resilience of spirit and absolute honesty. Oh yes, and must have good manners in marriage: courtesy, kindness, civility.

At unknown, we can see them and get away from them, in our opinion, your friends can see them from time to time, but marriage is one of the most consistent relationships of life. And how important is that those who marry have the same beliefs the same interests and ideals, purposes, and instruct their children amicably and avoid the tragedy of parents pulling their children in opposite directions sometimes confusing sometimes destroying faith and dividing the family. It would be difficult to conceive a most significant decision that marriage realizing that it is intended to last forever family. And it would be hard to think of better place than our own home to lead the best we can. Nowhere in this world we must be kinder, more courteous, more honorable more honorable, and in any other part must be cleaner and more considerate. There is no better moon to show our good side the home.

He said the apostle Paul, the great sent to the Gentiles in the first epistle to the Corinthians: “If I speak with the tongues of men and angels, and I have no love, I am become as sounding brass or a tinkling cymbal. And though I have prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, and I have no love, I am nothing. And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor and surrender my body to be burned, and I have no love, I gain nothing. Love is patient and kind, love does not envy, love does not boast, it is not proud It is not rude, does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil, does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails, but the prophecies will end, and cease languages, and science end. And now abides faith, hope and love, these three, but the greatest of these is love. Is this the love that never dies, filial love will die, sexual love may fall, but this love never ends and is allowing us to move towards a new dawn, the immortal flame that illuminates the conscience of every person living. This is the flame that we must keep on.