Different Attitudes toward Marriage
In the book “All I Can See”, no one knows that weather or not the beautiful butterfly will stay with the big bird, but I like the happy ending, so I want to speculate that they two finally get married and live a happy life together. Talking about they two live together, I wonder if the butterfly will get married with the big bird. We don’t know her attitude towards marriage, so I want to talk about people’s different attitudes toward marriage.
All over the world, there are so many attitudes towards marriage. According to a poll by Gallup international, almost half of young unmarried Americans between the ages of 20 to 29 are ready to have marriage abolished. With the recent statistics on marriage and divorce, we can not blame them. Many agree that marriage should only be for people who are ready to spend the rest of their lives together. Attitudes towards marriage are influenced by many factors in society. For example, the divorce rate is a main factor. Culture also affects attitudes towards marriage. In some countries, people regard marriage as their main task in life, but in some counties the legitimacy of singleness as a life-style is increasingly recognized by young people and their parents. For example, most Americans no longer regard getting married as necessarily better than remaining single. Religion also plays a major role in influencing these attitudes. Christians, Muslims, Hindus and others cherish the marriage institution. For this reason, marriage to many of them will be a good thing for every member of society. That is to say, when I speculate if the butterfly will get married with the big bird, I think I should consider her nationality, culture background and religion.
Some people are against marriage because they regard it as an old concept that is no longer workable in today's complex world. People come with different opinions and, they will never agree. Therefore, it is wise to consider what...
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