Should college students able to be married?
As a college student, I don’t support college students get married before their graduations. If I were approached by an individual who wished to become married before he or she graduated, I would highly recommend not doing so. I would make this decision on the basis of personal beliefs and observations.
First of all, for the happy lovers, they don’t have to get married to continue their relationships. Not being married doesn’t mean that you are not formal couple, that you won’t live up to your promises, that you can’t live together or even have sex. Marriage, for some of them, is just a manifestation and witness to their romantic and memorable love, they just want to create a landmark and stabilize the situation. However, after tasting the fresh thing, they will soon discover that marriage is not only just as simple as “yes I do”, but a lifelong devotion and defend. Dr. Joyce Brothers once said: marriage is not just spiritual communion and passionate embraces; marriage is also three meals a day, sharing the workload and remembering to carry out the trash. Marriage is not, like the hill of Olympus, wholly clear without clouds, they should clearly understand these.
Marriage and love have nothing in common; they are as far apart as the poles; are, in fact, antagonistic to each other. At any rate, it is true that some marriages are based on love, and while it is equally true that in some cases love continues in married life, I maintain that it does so regardless of marriage, and not because of it. Falling in love and being in love may be a nice feeling but it isn't the basis or foundation of a marriage. The basis and foundation of a marriage is a spiritual union and covenant between a man and a woman through a marriage ceremony before God. Yes I admit that the love between college students is pure and selfless, but who dare to say it’s the same after the marriage? Things can turn sour at any time. If you confirm that she...