Here comes the big question I want every youth to consider: At What Point Are You Truly Ready For Marriage?
The best age to get married is when you’re really ready for marriage, this may be at 23 or 40. And again it’s not about having but about the will to provide; making your dependant’s or partner’s security, happiness and comfort a priority. Trying to try, going the extra mile.
Truth is the resources to take care of a family will never come once, you cannot save it somewhere. You cannot have all your family would need for a lifetime at once. It is in stages, needs and priorities change with time and circumstances.
Our prayer is to be with someone who’d find contentment in little without losing the zeal to be greater and better. Someone who’d want to see us grow as much as we want for ourselves.
Nothing beats a partner that loves and is committed to your growth. Behind every successful person is probably a great fan and supporter.
That said fact remains that to love you need to care, to care you need to have some tangible and intangible resources, to get the tangible ones you’d need to up your game. The general well-being of your partner or dependants should motivate you to push harder and make better life changing decisions and actions.
If and when you find that someone that’s worth keeping, don’t take them for granted; not everyone is replaceable. You’ll never find the right one, you’ll never find a good one. You’ll never be prepared for it, it’s growth it will be new you have to grow in and into it. You’ll only find someone whose flaws you can put up with.