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    Lashawn WilliamstonLashawn Williamston
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    How many people honestly any truly are willing to live by the vows that are associated with marriage? You have too many people that get married for all the wrong reasons these days. Listen to the vows “til death due us part” this phrase is so deep but no one seems to remember those words when things get ruff! So are you really willing to be with someone til death do yall part?

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    #14729
    Mask AppealMask Appeal
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    I think that life is one big learning experience. “Til death do us part” is pretty strong. There are so many angles to cover on this topic that it is hard pin point on just one angle. Nothing in life is concrete, not even life itself; for, Death is promised to us all.

    I think that your intentions can authentically be pure, but sometimes things dont always work out. Also, your loyalty to your Vows shouldn’t be a contract that only expires in death.

    I think that when things get ruff, you should definitely try your best to weather the storm, however sometimes you just gotta let go. There are plenty of people who make the mistake of holding on too long, which often end up in muder-suicide, miserable old people, or a lifetime of unhappiness.

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    #14789
    Hillary AdamsHillary Adams
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    Til death do us part. Ima ride it out no matter what. Me and my boo is gonna make it

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    #14837
    Omar RodgersOmar Rodgers
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    I believe in vows. Shit you gotta be a rider these days. Til death do us part. I may not ride out wit just 1 single women, but u best believe that imma ride for the whole staple. O’lets all day.

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    #14842
    Anonymous
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    I believe in monogamy and being faithful so “til death due us part”

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    #14855
    Mask AppealMask Appeal
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    I think that this is a very fascinating and dynamic topic to have a great face to face discussion. What makes this conversation so great is because I believe in being faithful, but as humans, I honestly dont think that we are program to be faithful “til death do us part”. Now, im not saying that it is impossible, but there is a civil war that lives inside all of us. We cheat or at the very least have visions of cheating on the thinks we sometimes love or value the most.

    We cheat on our diets, we cheat on our bodies by not always taking care of it. We cheat on our health, by smoking, drinking, etc. We cheat on our dreams be not always pursuing them. We cheat on our happiness, by staying in unhappy situations. We cheat on our kids, by sometimes not being in there lives. I could go on and on, but the point is we are imperfect and naturally unfaithful.

    Your faith should always be committed to what you believe in, however more time than often we learn that sometimes the substance of what it is that you believe in is not always worthy of your faith. It is sad for me to say this but I dont think that no relationship should ever be a destination. I think that every relationship should be an on going journey and a constant work in progress. And the reason why I feel that way is because sometimes new evidence come in to play, and then you have to evaluate your faith, your commitment, and your willingness to stay based on that new evidence. Time sometimes challenge you. Because you will find or discover something about that person that you didnt know, or an obstacle may arrive that will bring out the true character of an individual that you thought you knew.

    My #1 principle in life is balance. I think that everything should be in moderation, even your faith. Because you don’t want to be so committed to something that you can’t uncommitt from it because your that deeply committed. Its like if you were running 100 mph in one direction and then you somehow suddenly realized that your going in the wrong direction. It would then be too late for you to turn back, because you’ve travelled such a far distance. Which is why I say pace yourself.

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    #14925
    Lisa LorenLisa Loren
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    I have a it is what it is type of mentally. I take the vows serious but if things not working out then you gotta do what you gotta do.

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