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My Future Husband

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My future husband | |
|  | |Along the road from cradle to grave many of us get married. This in itself can cause more emotional disturbance than all the | |other events of our lives combined. Many factors make the difference between marital bliss and having "an old ball-and-chain" | |but the most important factor is probably whom we choose to marry. That is why I often meditate on the qualities I would seek in| |my future wife. | |To be honest, the first thing I notice when I meet a girl is whether she is pretty or not. Long lashes and sparkling eyes do not| |cause someone to "fall in love at first sight", of course, but few people go round seeking ugly mates. I am no different. | |Of course, I would also prefer to have a wife who is intelligent. Some men have the stereotyped "dumb blonde" image of a perfect| |woman. However, I know my life will be enriched by having an intellectually stimulating partner to share my thoughts with, and | |to offer fresh insights to old situations. More importantly, a husband and wife should be intellectually matched so that they | |can understand each other. | |Sports and games and other recreational activities are fun and foster closer ties. Who better to enjoy sports with than my wife?| |This will draw us even closer together. A wife should, after all, be a true friend whom I can have fun with and want to spend my| |leisure activities with. So, my ideal mate will be someone who participates in the games and sports I like or at least, be | |willing to learn them. | |Often,...