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Lessons for Marriage


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Lessons for MarriageIs not it amazing how our fourteen-plus-three years of education (that is just the average) do not, in any form or manner, prepare us for the most important decision of our lives? We think arts or science, engineering or medicine, computers or commerce? We explore our affinity with the sciences, with music, with so many subjects and approaches, all in order to get a qualification and perhaps a career.

And not a single school or college teaches us what to expect in a marriage. Yet, marriage is the most momentous change that can take place in a life. For a girl, it means giving up the home of her childhood and taking on another, unfamiliar one. To a boy it means taking on the responsibility of caring for and providing for one person. Marriage involves adapting to new cultures, lifestyles, even cuisines! And this incredible life-event comes without a course, a qualification or an instruction manual!

The Bells Ring

Or does it? Perhaps if we were really paying attention in school and college, we were imbibing all the necessary ingredients for a successful marriage. Take, for instance, the very bedrock of the school system discipline. Often against our will, we learn to stop what we are doing, change track, realign ourselves and carry on just on the ringing of a bell! Tringgggg! Time for English; Trrrrring! Time for physics; Trrrring! Time for sports (just when you are nice and tired too).Thinking back, that was great training. When we are married, our day is full of little soundless bells ringing and calling us to our duties to prepare or produce a meal, to quickly clear a messy room to make it presentable for unexpected guests, to overcome fatigue to do a little something for an even more tired spouse.

Learning on what to expect from a marriage

First, there are the arts. The finer things in life, an appreciation of beauty are all so essential to creating a beautiful home; to seeing beauty in the lines of a loved one’s face, sunlight on a silhouette, the lines and forms that make up the one person we are destined to share so much with all this enhances the bonds of affection that grow each day, into that wonderful sharing we often see in very special couples.

Hey, let us not forget maths! Budgeting, doing accounts, taking loans, planning for the future, a good mathematical head really helps you beat inflation and interest rates and keep on top of it all! As for Physics, suffice to say, if a man has his physics fundas right (he can then be the perfect handyman!) he becomes every woman’s hero overnight!

Then there is Biology well, that is going to play rather an important role in your marriage, so hope you paid attention in school!

But perhaps the most important subjects are the two that are somewhat outside of the actual academic curriculum Sports and Moral Science. On the playing field you learn to take defeat in the right spirit, and victory with grace. You learn endurance and perseverance and these are all invaluable qualities which will stand by you in your relationship. Losing a fight with a grin, never giving up on your dreams these are the fevicol factors that seal a relationship. And Moral Science: well, needless to add, if you have not learnt right from wrong, simple ethics and a true conscience, then there is really no point in entering into a relationship; you will be bound to hurt the other party with your lack of principles in that case.

That leaves music and poetry but if you are in love, or contemplating marriage, you won’t need help there!

 

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