#128 marriage

These days, some men expect their wives to bring in the bacon! These days macho men are nowhere to be found. These men prefer to be house-husbands rather than face the harsh reality in the dog-fight world.

Do these men marry for convenience? They would rather gossip on the phone in the day. Where is love? What is love?

They would abuse the emotionally weak and self-diffident but scholarly qualified wives with words. These wives were caught in the dilemma of providing for their children and home.

If there was money to survive the family will be at peace, otherwise the man will hurl unkind words to deliberately wound the wife. Is there protection for such wives?

Today I hear jubilation a gay marriage took place in the west. Progress or advance society? Free society? 

It’s all about making money and business. It appears the wedding business for gays or homophiles rakes in cash!!!

Where there is marriage, there is divorce. So the lawyers or solicitors will have business too! The relevant sectors benefit.

In the 1960’s the young prefer to cohabit rather than tie knots. So we have a generation where the man and woman live together and bear children with no marriage certificate to prove the couple exists. Today…

In short, today, everything is done in the name of MONEY. Money has become a god.

Where is humanity? What is humanity? What is man? Has man reduced himself to animals…exploitation…

 

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#85

I read this from BBC international news online.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/newsnight/7343060.stm

(I do not know if I’m allowed to link  this…if I’m violating, can someone let me know. Thank you.)

During the late 1970s, I’d met Africans who spoke immaculate Chinese as these ones received scholarships to study in China. I was told then that China had some form of ties with Africa even during the Mao regime.

In terms of figures mentioned, it seems colossal profit but who can tell what will happen tomorrow? Human beings have a way of ‘bungling’…

Contracts drawn up between any two parties are never equal…even at the business level in corporations or companies in the world…a 60-40 or 51-49 at best. If a contract can bring in some good, why not? Dealing with the best of two evils when necessary?

I didn’t understand what colonial rule was until I stayed in Hongkong briefly. Basically HK was obligated to send an annual sum to the UK…how much I don’t know in return for their sovereignty.