My Perspective on Marriage
Important Note: I strongly believe what I have written here isn’t against any religious community or person in particular. It’s just an advice from my end, so please don’t spam the comment section like what’s being happening on my last few answers.
Understanding the meaning of life is important, nothing else matters.
If you got some work that makes your life worthwhile, then there will never be a need to think here and there.
But such things happens only with the lucky ones and by LUCK I mean YOUR CHOICE.
999 out of 1000 people do not have any big goals in life, for which they can sacrifice their life. I think they should get married, because if they don’t, then they will definitely create big nuisance for themselves and for others too.
This complaint will remain in their contemplation that the rest of the world has got something special, only they have missed this chance.
There are many people who don’t get married earlier and then regret it later and even few who got married also complain later.
In starting, they are ready to die because of some ideals and confess that they will not marry. Such statements sounds like a bit of a revolution because whole world is getting married except them.
But by the time they cross 35–40, the balloon starts to deflate. Then they start thinking that it would have been a lot better if they were married.
Then it seems that even on the path of spirituality, nothing is being found. They niether found Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh and nor even they can plan their kids now.
All they do is just cry over their decision and become depressed.
Remember, when you compared yourself with Vivekananda ji and wanted to be like him and said that even he did not got married, then why will I?
But then you should not forget that Vivekananda ji and people like him had a purpose to live life which is totally new with you. You don’t even have any big plans in life, forget about walking like him to achieve those plans.
“That’s why never take any decision on the sight of others or in haste, because even if a crow goes on to be the swan, it can’t swim.”
TRY TO FIND A AIM IN LIFE WHETHER YOU ARE A CROW OR A SWAN.
I would like to end this answer with this beautiful quote: