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Monday, August 06, 2012

Marriage Without Love Is No Marriage?

If you are still waiting for your perfect match, if you are still waiting in that bench alone, if you are still holding your dreams for her, then you should read this post. Are you that lucky in love? Are you waiting for a fairytale wedding or you are just waiting for miracles to happen? Are you happily married or unhappy in love? These questions often pester people of all ages. I don’t know what will be life like after marriage but loving someone without a reason is something which everybody craves for. 

Most love marriages end due to misunderstanding while most arranged marriages survive silently in pain. Nobody lives a perfect life but when you marry just to get settled in life, may be you are not doing it right. Marriage isn’t a job nor is it a degree that you should achieve as quickly as possible.  

Marriages are made in heaven and I think that’s true. If you love someone dearly than you should always try to get settled with your lover but you should never keep the other person in dark. It’s not fair to keep people in hanging position. Many relationships start from crush, some relationships evolve, some dies in oblivion and some stays throughout life. Some people just keep waiting throughout life for that perfect moment but only lucky ones get a chance to spend life with his or her soul mate. 

Love Marriage is a tough choice but arranged marriage is just impossible thing according to me. You can’t stay with a stranger throughout life. Marriage isn’t a contract, it’s a life long thing for Indians and if you are thinking it to be another passing phase, you are doing it wrong. Some people say in arranged marriage, love happens after marriage, may be that’s true. 

Arranged marriage only happens in a country like India where after the age of 29 a girl should get married. I don’t think it’s literally possible for every girl to marry as every female is unique and has their own priorities. I think it’s better to wait for the right person than to jump into a relationship just for society. Marriages shouldn’t be forced, it should be organised with consent. If you are thinking to get settled in life by marrying someone you don’t love, you are actually killing your heart. I know everyone’s not lucky to find the perfect match in such an imperfect world but it’s always advisable to make yourself perfect before you want your partner to be the best in the world. Wait for the right time, miracles do happen in real life. You never know when love rings your doorbell; you never know when that thing turns into a life long affair. Love before marriage is important and it’s love marriage that I acknowledge. 

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