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Married life now comes and ushers in its morning glory and they are happy as a happy pair can well be for a while But life is real and character is real and love is real When lifes reality comes they find things in each others characters that perfectly startle them Every day reveals something new and something unpleasant The courtship character fades away and with it the courtship love Now comes disappointment sorrow regret They find that their characters are entirely dissimilar Married life is a burden full of cares vexations and disappointments Marriage is a lottery They know it Some may get prizes and some may not No one knows before he draws whether he will draw a blank or a prize This is their conclusion They did not court in the right way They courted by impulse and not by judgement It was a process of going steady and not of discovery It was an effort to please and not a search for companionship It was done with excitement and not with calmness and deliberation It was done in haste and not with cautious prudence It was a vision of the heart and not a solemn reality It was conducted by feeling and not by reason It was managed as to be a perpetual pleasure and intoxicating delight and not a trying ordeal for the enduring realities of solid and stubborn life It was a yielding up of everything and not a firm maintaining of everything that belongs to the man or woman In almost every particular it was false and was followed by evil consequences All similar courting is not good They voluntarily blind themselves and then blind each other They go it blind till their eyes are opened in marriage It is necessary for the youth of both sexes to be perfectly honest in their relations with each other To always exhibit their true character and nature Dishonesty is a
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