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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Taka Sande: In the beginning God did not make a church or cathedral, he made a family. In the beginning God did not make a church or cathedral, he made a family. In the beginning God did not appoint apostles, or prophets, or pastors etc, he appointed a husband and a wife in the covenant of marriage. In Genesis, the first mankind gathering was a wedding ceremony, and not a worship meeting. After God, the next thing that came was marriage. — Taka Sande
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By S.C. Stephens: And really, a formal ceremony and a piecce of paper wasn't what made a marriage. And really, a formal ceremony and a piecce of paper wasn't what made a marriage. It was the feeling bursting apart my chest-the overwhelming sensation that I'd been cleaved in two at birth, and, miraculously, I'd managed to find my other half. And even more miraculously, he felt the same. — S.C. Stephens
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Anna Banks: Everyone is wondering where the Royal twins are, since they happened to miss Grom's kingship Everyone is wondering where the Royal twins are, since they happened to miss Grom's kingship ceremony. At least I had the good sense to hold a private mating ceremony-in view of Rayna's absence and all."
Galen scowls. "He's right. We need to go home for a few days. Our father isn't as protective as your mother, but he likes to see us once in a while. Especially Rayna. She's spoiled."
Rayna nods. "It's true. I am. Besides, I need to get our mating-seal overturned."
"Aw, princess, I thought we had a good time today. You know I'll make sure you're still spoiled. Why would you want to unseal us?" Toraf says. She lets him take some of her load but turns up her nose at his attempt to kiss her cheek.
Galen ignores their marriage meltdown. — Anna Banks
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Graham Greene: Those who marry God can become domesticated too - it's just as hum-drum a marriage Those who marry God can become domesticated too - it's just as hum-drum a marriage as all the others. The word Love means a formal touch of the lips as in the ceremony of the Mass, and Ave Maria like dearest is a phrase to open a letter. This marriage like the world's marriages was held together by habits and tastes shared in common between God and themselves - it was God's taste to be worshipped and their taste to worship, but only at stated hours like a suburban embrace on a Saturday night. — Graham Greene
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Herbert Spencer: Marriage: a ceremony in which rings are put on the finger of the lady and Marriage: a ceremony in which rings are put on the finger of the lady and through the nose of the gentleman. — Herbert Spencer
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Derek Prince: God first appeared on the scene of human history in the role of a matchmaker. God first appeared on the scene of human history in the role of a matchmaker. What a profound and exciting revelation!
Is it too much to suggest that Eve came to Adam on the arm of the Lord Himself in the same way that a bride today walks down the aisle of the church on her father's arm? What human mind can fathom the depth of love and joy that filled the heart of the great Creator as He united the man and woman in this first marriage ceremony?
Surely this account is one among countless indications that the Bible is not a work of merely human authorship. Moses is generally accepted as the author of the creation record. But apart from supernatural inspiration, he would never have dared to open human history with a scene of such amazing intimacy - first between God and man, and then between man and woman. — Derek Prince
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Victoria Woodhull: No legal ceremonyno election of the womanno penalty for the perfidy of the manno law No legal ceremony
no election of the woman
no penalty for the perfidy of the man
no law to compel him to do his duty, no compensation for the poor woman who is turned adrift like the girl of the street, penniless, to sell herself on the best possible terms. This is Divine marriage, or Moses and the Bible lie; and this is Bible divorce
putting away! — Victoria Woodhull
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Adam Nicolson: Very occasionally, a simplified form of communion and of adult baptism for new members of Very occasionally, a simplified form of communion and of adult baptism for new members of the church would be enacted but no Separatist was ever married in church, because there is no hint of a marriage ceremony in scripture and the primitive church had not considered marriage a sacrament before AD 537. — Adam Nicolson
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Benson Bruno: When a lack of white blood cells exposes the horizon of being, one has to When a lack of white blood cells exposes the horizon of being, one has to make a choice. To cloister yourself away in a germ-free environment, alive but alone, or to embrace the woman you love and catch your death of cold at the marriage ceremony? What a great show. It's inner-directed script was unmatched by any other soap opera. — Benson Bruno
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Edward Verrall Lucas: I walked back by way of the sea-lions' enclosure to refresh my eyes with the I walked back by way of the sea-lions' enclosure to refresh my eyes with the King Penguin's perfect ecclesiastical tailoring. He was pacing moodily about as usual, in what one felt to be the interval between a marriage ceremony and a funeral service. Much better, I thought, to have left the 2000 a year to him. No harm would then be done, and what perfect episcopal garden-parties he could give with it! — Edward Verrall Lucas
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Frederick Barthelme: I lay on the bed and shut my eyes, thinking that nobody really likes marriage, I lay on the bed and shut my eyes, thinking that nobody really likes marriage, that it's a flawed arrangement, that people get enthusiastic and jump in for a hundred reasons and then, after the ceremony, after a few years, the whole deal turns into a concert they wouldn't have dreamed of attending. — Frederick Barthelme
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: What is any respectable girl brought up to do but to catch some rich man's What is any respectable girl brought up to do but to catch some rich man's fancy and get the benefit of his money by marrying him?
as if a marriage ceremony could make any difference in the right or wrong of the thing! — George Bernard Shaw
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Isadora Duncan: Many women to whom I have preached the doctrine of freedom have weakly replied, 'But Many women to whom I have preached the doctrine of freedom have weakly replied, 'But who is to support the children?' It seems to me that if the marriage ceremony is needed as a protection to insure the enforced support of children, then you are marrying a man who, you suspect, would under certain conditions, refuse to support his children, and it is a pretty low-down proposition. For you are marrying a man whom you already suspect of being a villain. But I have not so poor an opinion of men that I believe the greater percentage of them to be such low specimens of humanity. — Isadora Duncan
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Iyanla Vanzant: In the process of planning and having a wedding, I forgot there would actually be In the process of planning and having a wedding, I forgot there would actually be a marriage, a union of minds, bodies, souls, and issues that would come together as soon as the ceremony was over. — Iyanla Vanzant
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Nellie L. McClung: The greatest insult came at the marriage ceremony when the minister asked 'who giveth this The greatest insult came at the marriage ceremony when the minister asked 'who giveth this woman,' and some brother, or father or other man, unblushingly said he did, as though it were entirely a commercial transaction between men. — Nellie L. McClung
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By John Steinbeck: The wedding was in Monterey, a sombre boding ceremony in a little Protestant chapel. The The wedding was in Monterey, a sombre boding ceremony in a little Protestant chapel. The church had so often seen two ripe bodies die by the process of marriage that it seemed to celebrate a mystic double death with its ritual. — John Steinbeck
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Gena Showalter: Oh, and get this. Gideon married Scarlet, the keeper of Nightmares." "You're kidding." Fickle Gideon? Oh, and get this. Gideon married Scarlet, the keeper of Nightmares." "You're kidding." Fickle Gideon? Married? Scarlet was gorgeous, yeah, and feisty as hell. Powerful, too. And Gideon had been a tad bit obsessed with her when she'd been locked in their dungeon. But marriage? Everyone in the fortress had lost IQ points, it seemed. "He couldn't have waited until I got back to sign on for double occupancy?" Strider mumbled. "What a great friend." "No one was invited to the ceremony, if you catch my meaning." "Well, the decision to get hitched is gonna give him nightmares." Strider snickered. "Get it? Nightmares?" "Har, har. You're a borderline fucktard, you know that?" "Hey, — Gena Showalter
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By George Takei: I think Donald Trump's interpretation of marriage is something that he himself doesn't really believe I think Donald Trump's interpretation of marriage is something that he himself doesn't really believe in. 'Traditional marriage' is where two people love each other, commit to each other, care for each other over the years. It is a meaningful ceremony, and his interpretation of that is not recognizing what real marriage is. — George Takei
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Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Marianne Williamson: We welcome you to this moment in your lives and to the place you have We welcome you to this moment in your lives and to the place you have come to in each other's hearts. We join with you on this day, as you commit before God and humanity that from this point forward you shall live as one. I remind all of our guests that you have been invited here for a holy purpose, not just to witness, but to participate fully with your thoughts and prayers, asking God to bless this couple and their married life. You are here because this couple feels close to you and asks that you join with them in this dedication of sacred purpose. You represent symbolically all the people in the world who will be touched in any way by the life of this couple. You represent their friends and family, now and forever. They have chosen this act of marriage and this public, holy ceremony in which to proclaim it. Together we all thank God who brought them together and ask Him always to guide their way. — Marianne Williamson
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Wendell Berry: We begin to understand marriage as the insistently practical union that it is. We begin We begin to understand marriage as the insistently practical union that it is. We begin to understand it, that is, as it is represented in the traditional marriage ceremony, those vows being only a more circumstantial and practical way of saying what the popular songs say dreamily and easily: "I will love you forever"
a statement that, in this world, inescapably leads to practical requirements and consequences because it proposes survival as a goal. Indeed, marriage is a union much more than practical, for it looks both to our survival as a species and to the survival of our definition as human beings
that is, as creatures who make promises and keep them, who care devotedly and faithfully for one another, who care properly for the gifts of life in this world. — Wendell Berry
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: Somehow, having a deer preside over the ceremony of a werewolf and a girl seems Somehow, having a deer preside over the ceremony of a werewolf and a girl seems oddly appropriate. — Maggie Stiefvater
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Lois Wyse: It was only long after the ceremony that we learned why we got married in It was only long after the ceremony that we learned why we got married in the first place. — Lois Wyse
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Kori David: When are you going to marry her? "As soon as I can find a preacher When are you going to marry her?

"As soon as I can find a preacher willing to perform a ceremony with a handcuffed and gagged bride," Zach replied grimly. — Kori David
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Beth Moore: God alone created marriage. Adam slept through the entire ceremony. Eve came in late. It God alone created marriage. Adam slept through the entire ceremony. Eve came in late. It seems to me men are still sleeping through marriage, and women are still coming to their senses a little too late. God alone performed that ceremony, and He alone can hold it together. — Beth Moore
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Dally Messenger: Ceremony assists people to adjust to change (a marriage ceremony does this for families), to Ceremony assists people to adjust to change (a marriage ceremony does this for families), to recognize achievement (a classic example is a graduation ceremony), to relate, to express love, and/or to establish a relationship. Ceremonies are the human way we have to signpost a deal such as a business merger, to trigger off a healthy grief process (such as in divorce or funeral ceremonies), to welcome another human being into the family. So Ceremonies have these excellent effects - they can be used further to announce intentions, to express loyalty and to reinforce a sense of identity. — Dally Messenger
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Mary MacLane: When a man and a woman love one another that is enough. That is marriage. When a man and a woman love one another that is enough. That is marriage. A religious rite is superfluous. And if the man and woman live together without the love, no ceremony in the world can make it a marriage. — Mary MacLane
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Harold B. Lee: To help our youth abide by the principles involved in temple marriage, we must help To help our youth abide by the principles involved in temple marriage, we must help them to understand that temple marriage is more than just a place where the ceremony occurs; it is a whole orientation to life and marriage and home. It is a culmination of building attitudes toward the Church, chastity, and about our personal relationship with God
and many other things.
"Thus, simply preaching temple marriage is not enough. Our family home evenings, seminaries, institutes, and auxiliaries must build toward this goal, not by exhortation alone but by showing that the beliefs and attitudes involved in temple marriage are those which can bring the kind of life here and in eternity that most humans really want for themselves" (The Teachings of Harold B. Lee, p. 244). — Harold B. Lee
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Eileen Wilks: Marriage and especially the ceremony which announces it, the wedding ... That is how we Marriage and especially the ceremony which announces it, the wedding ... That is how we say to the world, 'These two are now a family, and with this joining our families are joined, too. And you had damned well better respect that. — Eileen Wilks
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The Apache don't have a word for love," he said. "Know what they both say The Apache don't have a word for love," he said.
"Know what they both say at the marriage? The squaw-taking ceremony?"
"Tell me."
"Varlebena. It means forever. That's all they say. — Louis L'Amour
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Jamie McGuire: True marriage begins well before the wedding day, And the efforts of marriage continue well True marriage begins well before the wedding day, And the efforts of marriage continue well beyond the ceremony's end. A brief moment in time and the stroke of the pen are all that is needed to create the legal bond of marriage, but it takes a lifetime of love, commitment, forgiveness, and compromise to make marriage durable and everlasting. — Jamie McGuire
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By William Shakespeare: A contract of eternal bond of love, Confirm'd by mutual joinder of your hands, Arrested A contract of eternal bond of love, Confirm'd by mutual joinder of your hands, Arrested by the holy close of lips, Strength'ned by the interchangement of your rings, And all the ceremony of this compact Seal'd in my function, by my testimony. — William Shakespeare
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Marisha Pessl: They should really tack that on to the marriage ceremony: 'Do you promise to love, They should really tack that on to the marriage ceremony: 'Do you promise to love, honor, obey me, and also to kill me when I can no longer stand in a shower? — Marisha Pessl
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: In the name of religion, we force widowhood upon our three lakh girl-widows who could In the name of religion, we force widowhood upon our three lakh girl-widows who could not understand the import of the marriage ceremony. — Mahatma Gandhi
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Thomas Hardy: You are nothing to me - nothing," said Troy, heartlessly. "A ceremony before a priest You are nothing to me - nothing," said Troy, heartlessly. "A ceremony before a priest doesn't make a marriage. I am not morally yours. — Thomas Hardy
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Miriam Gurko: ... on May 1, 1855, Lucy Stone and Henry Blackwell were married. Before the minister ... on May 1, 1855, Lucy Stone and Henry Blackwell were married. Before the minister began the ceremony, Henry read the protest which he and Lucy had prepared:

"While acknowledging our mutual affection by publicly assuming the relation of husband and wife, yet in justice to ourselves and a great principle, we deem it a duty to declare this act ... implies no sanction of, nor promise of voluntary obedience to, such of the present laws of marriage as refuse to recognize the wife as an independent, rational being, while they confer upon the husband an injurious and unnatural superiority, investing him with legal powers which no honorable man would exercise, and which no man should possess — Miriam Gurko
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Thomas Hardy: It is foreign to a man's nature to go on loving a person when he It is foreign to a man's nature to go on loving a person when he is told that he must and shall be that person's lover. There would be a much likelier chance of his doing it if he were told not to love. If the marriage ceremony consisted in an oath and signed contract between the parties to cease loving from that day forward, in consideration of personal possession being given, and to avoid each other's society as much as possible in public, there would be more loving couples than there are now. Fancy the secret meetings between the perjuring husband and wife, the denials of having seen each other, the clambering in at bedroom windows, and the hiding in closets! There'd be little cooling then. — Thomas Hardy
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Rick Moody: Have I mentioned that I expect death around every turn, that every blue sky has Have I mentioned that I expect death around every turn, that every blue sky has a safe sailing out of it, that every bus runs me over, that every low, mean syllable uttered in my direction seems to intimate the violence of murder, that every family seems like an opportunity for ruin and every marriage a ceremony into which calamity will fall and hearts will be broken and lives destroyed and people branded by the mortifications of love? — Rick Moody
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Charles Eastman: There was no religious ceremony connected with marriage among us, while on the other hand There was no religious ceremony connected with marriage among us, while on the other hand the relation between man and woman was regarded as in itself mysterious and holy. — Charles Eastman
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Marsha Canham: The reverend began droning the oft-repeated rites and vows of the marriage ceremony. He dared The reverend began droning the oft-repeated rites and vows of the marriage ceremony. He dared not look either participant in the eye, but directed the promises of love, honor, and obedience to the lofty bookshelves. Only once did he make the mistake of focusing on anything more animated, and then only because the cut over the groom's eye had begun to leak again and a bright red spot of blood dripped onto the front of his shirt, staining the stark whiteness of the silk like an omen of tragedy to come. — Marsha Canham
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Havelock Ellis: Courtship, properly understood, is the process whereby both the male and the female are brought Courtship, properly understood, is the process whereby both the male and the female are brought into that state of sexual tumescence which is a more or less necessary condition for sexual intercourse. The play of courtship cannot, therefore, be considered to be definitely brought to an end by the ceremony of marriage; it may more properly be regarded as the natural preliminary to every act of coitus. — Havelock Ellis
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Marjorie Hillis: There's still another problem which puzzles a lot of people - whether or not a There's still another problem which puzzles a lot of people - whether or not a baby will come within the budget. Our sentimental advice is to have one anyway, if you want one and have been through the marriage ceremony. The people who wait till they can afford a baby seldom have one at all except by surprise. — Marjorie Hillis
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Annette J. Dunlea: She blew a warm breeze on his face and rustled his hair and embraced him She blew a warm breeze on his face and rustled his hair and embraced him in a warm haze and he felt her nonthreatening presence. She looked down and saw his face stained with tears, nobody could reach him in his grief but she could. He saw her and blew her a kiss goodbye. She flew down in a haze in a white dress with wings and whispered into his ear "please don't cry I am in a better place. Marriage was forever. Love and life was forever. My body died but my soul lives on for eternity". (Katie)
"The rain stopped suddenly and the grey sky cleared into a bright blue colour and a glowing warm orange sun appeared to show her appreciation. A perfect blue sky remained on the dark winter's day until after the ceremony and the hailstone and rain commenced again and the dark sky reappeared as the funeral car drove away — Annette J. Dunlea
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Francis George: From a Christian perspective, the answer to all of that is not power, as it From a Christian perspective, the answer to all of that is not power, as it is in the modern perspective. It's love. It's self-sacrifice. That's what love is all about. The marriage ceremony says it very well: sacrifice is difficult, but love can make it a joy. — Francis George
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Simon Van Booy: If there is such a thing as marriage, it takes place long before the ceremony; If there is such a thing as marriage, it takes place long before the ceremony; in a car on the way to the airport; or as a gray bedrooms fills with dawn, one lover watching the other; or as two strangers stand together in the rain with no bus in sight, arms weighed down with shopping bags. You don't know then. But later you realize - that was the moment. — Simon Van Booy
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: Her maternal feelings were unlikely to be assuaged by hearing that the marriage had been Her maternal feelings were unlikely to be assuaged by hearing that the marriage had been performed in the middle of the night on a West Indian beach by a disgraced - if not actually defrocked - priest, witnessed by twenty-five seamen, ten French horses, a small flock of sheep - all gaily beribboned in honor of the occasion - and a King Charles spaniel, who added to the generally festive feeling by attempting to copulate with Murphy's wooden leg at every opportunity. The only thing that could make things worse, in Laoghaire's view, would be to hear that I had participated in the ceremony. — Diana Gabaldon
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Patricia C. Wrede: The ceremony went by in a blur, but Mendanbar was pretty sure he hadn't made The ceremony went by in a blur, but Mendanbar was pretty sure he hadn't made any mistakes because suddenly he was kissing Cimorene and everyone was cheering. He felt like cheering himself, except he would have had to stop kissing Cimorene. — Patricia C. Wrede
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Simon Blackburn: Accepting a religion may be more like enjoying a poem, or following the football. It Accepting a religion may be more like enjoying a poem, or following the football. It might be a matter of immersion in a set of practices. Perhaps the practices have only an emotional point, or a social point. Perhaps religious rituals only serve necessary psychological and social ends. The rituals of birth, coming of age, or funerals do this. It is silly to ask whether a marriage ceremony is true or false. People do not go to a funeral service to hear something true, but to mourn, or to begin to stop mourning, or to meditate on departed life. It can be as inappropriate to ask whether what is said is true as to ask whether Keats's ode to a Grecian urn is true. The poem is successful or not in quite a different dimension, and so is Chartres cathedral, or a statue of the Buddha. They may be magnificent, and moving, and awe-inspiring, but not because they make statements that are true or false. — Simon Blackburn
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By R.L. Mathewson: Bradfords don't have weddings. Weddings imply that some planning went into it and the bride Bradfords don't have weddings. Weddings imply that some planning went into it and the bride was asked when what it really comes down to is a kidnapping, a terrified Justice of the Peace, a quick ceremony and a race across town to have the marriage consummated before the bride comes to her senses and gets the marriage annulled."-Zoe
Trevor gasped in outrage."You said that it was the most romantic night of your life! — R.L. Mathewson
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By David O. McKay: President David O. McKay (1873-1970) observed that too many couples come to "marriage looking upon President David O. McKay (1873-1970) observed that too many couples come to "marriage looking upon the marriage ceremony as the end of courtship instead of the beginning of an eternal courtship ... Love can be starved to death as literally as the body that receives no sustenance. Love feeds upon kindness and courtesy" — David O. McKay
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Ashok Ferrey: In Sri Lanka, the people you lived amongst, the people you went to school with, In Sri Lanka, the people you lived amongst, the people you went to school with, the people in whose houses you ate, whose jokes you shared: these were not the people you married. Quite possibly they were not your religion. More to the point they were probably not your caste. This word with its fearsome connotations was never, hardly ever used. But it was ever present: it muddied the waters of Sri Lanka's politics, it perfumed the air of her bed-chambers; it lurked, like a particularly noxious relative, behind the poruwa of every wedding ceremony. It was the c-word. People used its synonym, its acronym, its antonym-indeed any other nym that came to mind - in the vain hope its meaning would somehow go away. It didn't. But if the people you chose to associate with were the very ones you could not marry, then the ones you did marry were quite often people you wouldn't dream of associating with if you had any choice in the matter. — Ashok Ferrey
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Rabindranath Tagore: Although Gora had tried his best to dissuade Anandamoyi from attending Binoy's marriage ceremony he Although Gora had tried his best to dissuade Anandamoyi from attending Binoy's marriage ceremony he was not in his heart of hearts very much pained when, taking no account of his anger or distress, she refused to listen to him, in fact he really felt delighted. Feeling so certain that however great the gulf between Binoy and himself might become, Binoy could be never deprived of that part of his mother's immeasurable love which was showered upon him like nectar, Gora's heart was satisfied and at peace. From every other standpoint he might be separated ever so far from Binoy, but by this one bond of imperishable love of a mother these two lifelong friends would be united by the closest and deepest ties for life. — Rabindranath Tagore
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Hedy Lamarr: The ceremony took six minutes. The marriage lasted about the same amount of time though The ceremony took six minutes. The marriage lasted about the same amount of time though we didn't get a divorce for almost a year. — Hedy Lamarr
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Alice-Leone Moats: For a second marriage a lady has to content herself with a quiet ceremony in For a second marriage a lady has to content herself with a quiet ceremony in a chapel or at home, if she doesn't want to be married by a magistrate. Having, it is to be hoped, lost her right to white satin she wears a simple afternoon frock and hat. — Alice-Leone Moats
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse: Proud families spend fortunes on a one-day wedding ceremony for a marriage that may or Proud families spend fortunes on a one-day wedding ceremony for a marriage that may or may not last, while on the same day, in the same village, people are dying of starvation. A tourist makes a show of giving a ten-dollar tip to the doorman for pushing a revolving door, and the next minute he's bargaining for a five-dollar T-shirt from a vendor who is trying to support her baby and family. — Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Will Advise: When Jarod Kintz gets married, I want to wear his grandpa to the ceremony, telling When Jarod Kintz gets married, I want to wear his grandpa to the ceremony, telling everyone we're Siamese twins from the future-past. Meow. — Will Advise
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Nancy Pearcey: We do not create marriage from scratch. Instead, in the elegant language of the marriage We do not create marriage from scratch. Instead, in the elegant language of the marriage ceremony, we 'enter into the holy estate of matrimony.' — Nancy Pearcey
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Eric Flint: Jeff watched her come, the whole time. He never noticed her mincing, hesitant steps on Jeff watched her come, the whole time. He never noticed her mincing, hesitant steps on treacherous heels. He was simply swept up in the ancient ceremony. And discovering, as untold millions of young men had discovered before him, that there is nothing in the world as beautiful as his bride approaching. — Eric Flint
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Matt Chandler: If the gospel of Jesus Christ is not at the center of a wedding ceremony, If the gospel of Jesus Christ is not at the center of a wedding ceremony, it is likely not going to be at the center of the marriage. This would be a grave mistake, however, as marriage itself is designed to be a great reflector of that gospel. — Matt Chandler
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Mary Balogh: Love does not involve emotions, then?" he asked her with a smile."It is not ruled Love does not involve emotions, then?" he asked her with a smile.
"It is not ruled by them," she told him. "Love is liking and companionship and respect and trust. Love does not dominate or try to possess. Love thrives only in a commitment to pure, mutual freedom. That is why marriage is so tricky. There are the marriage ceremony and the marriage vows and the necessity for fidelity -all of them suggestive of restraints, even imprisonment. Men talk of life sentences and leg shackles in connection with marriage, do they not? But marriage out to be just the opposite -two people agreeing to set each other free, — Mary Balogh
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Slavoj Zizek: I planted some jokes in my wedding. Like, the organizers asked me to select music. I planted some jokes in my wedding. Like, the organizers asked me to select music. So when I approached wife at the ceremony, they played the second movement from Shostakovich's 10th Symphony, which is usually known as the "portrait of Stalin." And then when we embraced, the music that they played was Schubert's "Death and the Maiden." I enjoyed this in a childish way! But marriage was all a nightmare and so on and so on. — Slavoj Zizek
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: A wedding is a ceremony men fund with money they know they don't have ... A wedding is a ceremony men fund with money they know they don't have ... to prove the love they think they have. — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Alice-Leone Moats: An invitation to be a bridesmaid is an honor which cannot be declined without some An invitation to be a bridesmaid is an honor which cannot be declined without some very good reason. Our idea of one of the better reasons is the impending arrival of a little stranger ... any lady in this interesting condition should have the grace to refuse. We know that symbols of fertility are appropriate to the marriage ceremony, but they needn't be quite so obviously borne in on the congregation ... — Alice-Leone Moats
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Thomas J. Paprocki: The fact is that a "minor exorcism" takes place in every Baptism and Confirmation ceremony The fact is that a "minor exorcism" takes place in every Baptism and Confirmation ceremony when we renounce Satan and all his works and empty promises. This prayer service will be along those lines. I'm not saying that anyone involved in the redefinition of marriage is possessed by the devil, which, if that were the case, would require the remedy of a "Major Exorcism," but all of us are certainly subject to the devil's evil influences and in need of protection and deliverance from evil. — Thomas J. Paprocki
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Rebecca McClanahan: Effective metaphor does more than shed light on the two things being compared. It actually Effective metaphor does more than shed light on the two things being compared. It actually brings to the mind's eye something that has never before been seen. It's not just the marriage ceremony linking two things; it's the child born from the union. — Rebecca McClanahan
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By William Makepeace Thackeray: I regularly frequent St. George';s, Hanover Square, during the genteel marriage season; and though I I regularly frequent St. George';s, Hanover Square, during the genteel marriage season; and though I have never seen the bridegroom's male friends give way to tears, or the beadles and officiating clergy in any way affected, yet it is not at all uncommon to see women who are not in the least concerned in the operations going on
old ladies who are long past marrying, stout middle-aged females with plenty of sons and daughters, let alone pretty young creatures in pink bonnets, who are on their promotion, and may naturally taken an interest in the ceremony
I say it is quite common to see the women present piping, sobbing, sniffling; hiding their little faces in their little useless pocket-handkerchiefs; and heaving, old and young, with emotion. — William Makepeace Thackeray
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Matt Chandler: The reason Christians get married "before the church" is not to give a religious appearance The reason Christians get married "before the church" is not to give a religious appearance to the ceremony but because Christians hold the marriage covenant in the context of the community of the body of Christ. Seeking the support and counsel of family is an extension of this. — Matt Chandler
Marriage Ceremony Sayings By Krista McGee: A wedding is a ceremony where two people promise to love each other forever, no A wedding is a ceremony where two people promise to love each other forever, no matter what. This was something the Designer intended from the beginning of time. Marriage is a picture of his love for the people he created. — Krista McGee