Friday, November 26, 2010
Wedding Life List
Wedding vows are either traditional oaths we repeat thoughtless after priest or romantic promises we write ourselves and never keep. Wedding is one of the most important projects in our life, so it shouldn’t be based on insignificant or impracticable ideas. The more practical and desired things you will mention in your vow, the more successful your marriage will be.
Bride and bridegroom write their life lists, i.e. things they want to do in their family life, e.g. ‘to travel around the world’ or ‘to buy a little house on the river bank’.
At the ceremony they exchange the life lists and promise to fulfill the wishes, e.g. ‘I promise to travel with my darling around the world and buy a little house on the river bank’.
After the wedding the husband and wife do their best to make the life lists come true.
Due to ‘Wedding Life List’ idea, none of you will ever blame each other in selfishness and carelessness. You will have a good plan of what to do in the nearest fifty years, and that is a half of the way to a happy marriage.