Re-appraising This Thing Called “Marriage”


In wanting to have a successful marriage, I wanted to “crack” the “marriage code”, understand what makes it tick, ask the hard questions and get answers. Now, I am still on this journey, learning truckloads of stuff as I go, but I will like to share with you some lessons learnt on my journey.

First of all, I realized early on that most marriages are filled with activities that are “meant to be done” – sex, budgeting, prayer, schedules, belonging to a denomination or congregation, etc – but only a few can clearly tell you the unique purpose of their marriage. We often think of marriage in terms of the activities it entails as we intertwine our lives with someone, but hardly think of the real “WHY” behind the union. The result is many do not know what they are to look for in a partner, married couples get bored quickly as they go through the motion and divorce is at an all-time high.

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