You’re 20 and you feel as if you're 27. You’re calculating the amount of time you have to accomplish your goals before you’re 30 and you are panicking. It seems as if time is against you and there is no way to stop it. Friend, fret not. The end of the world is not near and you actually still have time.
Scenario: A young lady and her friends are having lunch at a nice eatery downtown. While eating, the young lady notices a guy eyeing her. She pays him no mind as she tries to give more attention to her friend who is conversing with her. Engaged in conversation, the guy approaches the young lady, excuses himself and proceeds to compliment the lady he is interested in. She thanks him and he goes forth and asks for her number so that maybe they can get up one day. Let’s pause this right here. We can look at this situation in two ways:
With all of the celebrity marriage controversy and young adults I know of who are in a tight spot within their marriage, I have begun to wonder why people are getting married today. Is it for money? Just to say you did it? Sex? Tax write off? Children? Seriously, where has the value gone? What grounds do individuals stand on when they come together as one that helps support the reason why they want to become a union? Do some people see this as a fad? Is marriage simply the new black? Whatever it may be that some people choose to take this leap on, it is depreciating the value of marriage.
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