‘Most people become “ready to get married” when they get married.’

December 31, 2015

Dennis Prager offers some incisive observations about our culture and growing up.

The same holds true for becoming a parent. Very few people are “ready” to become parents. They become ready . . . once they become parents. In fact, the same holds true for any difficult job. What new lawyer was “ready” to take on his or her first clients? What new teacher, policeman, firefighter is “ready”?

You become ready to do something by doing it.

In addition, at least two bad things happen the longer you wait to get “ready” to be married.

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Read the whole thing; it’s succinct and full of non-conventional wisdom.

One Response to “‘Most people become “ready to get married” when they get married.’”

  1. Tevyeh Says:

    My wife and I will be celebrating our 13th anniversary next week, and I’m still not sure I’m ready for marriage.

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