Home Life: What It Is and What Is Needs (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Home Life: What It Is and What Is Needs
Tinuance of such a condition. But what is the uni versal testimony of experience Let the tears of wives and the moods of husbands answer. A short time has served to wear off the lover. That is inevi table. There is a necessity for the assumption of their proper character as man and woman, as human beings. Is it possible there should be no jarring, no clashing Has wedded love no revealings to try hus band and wife, things either cunningly concealed from, or impossible to be revealed to unwedded love? Is there nothing in lives running their separate course through all these years, to stand in the way of an immediate and perfect blending Can hearts that are wedded be at once welded, made actually into that one which the law assumes they are? The experi ence of the happiest and the best is against it. There is a grand season of trial, before all newly-married pairs, of which they are not enough forewarned, which takes them unawares, casts a deep shade over early married life, and sometimes makes an utter wreck of hope and love.
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