Just because a housefly wears a bow tie or a skirt doesn’t mean you should marry it. Marriage is not a word, but a sentence. Or as someone quipped, “a life-sentence!” Indeed, when with one who is intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually incompatible. You have no business getting married if you have not yet discovered your OWN purpose in life. Don’t’ marry for security; that masks your own insecurity. And, by all means don’t marry because you’re lonely. For “loneliness is not the absence of company, but the lack of purpose” (EKP). Blessed is the one who finds a spouse who believes in their purpose, for they shall blossom through life’s hurdles (Genesis 2:18-25). Stay away from houseflies.—Samuel Koranteng-Pipim
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