Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Will You Marry Me?

Almost every girl wants to be asked that question. Why? Sometimes you just want to feel that you are cherished and needed by someone as much as you cherish and need that same someone.

But there are times that people are pushed into a marriage. Peer pressure, family pressure, social pressure, financial pressure (just watched My Fake Fiance on LI) and other extenuating circumstances. I would call this type of marriage as marriage of convenience. 

Now there is this trend going around, "bercinta selepas nikah" "falling in love after marriage". Some people suggest that the best way to fall in love is to fall in love after marriage. What if you did not fall in love with that person after you married him/her? What then?


Whichever way you choose, marriage is a game of risk or in other words, a gamble. You make the decision and then you leave it to God and your destiny to determine how the love story going to ends. There is no guarantee that you are going to live happily ever after (unless you a a character in a fairy tale)

As for me, I would get marry if both my partner (I do not know who the heck is he yet) and I wants to get marry. That is the only logical reason behind any marriage proposal. You shouldn't be pushed or forced into a marriage just because your family ask you to or you have come of age or you want a child. The couple must come to a decision that they want to spend the rest of their live with one another because they want to. The decision must be made by just the 2 of them and no one else coz at the end of the day, after you get marry, only both of you can make it work. No one else.


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