In an arrange marriages, the bride and groom is selected by a third party, rather than by each other. It is especially common in Indian, Southeast; Asian and African cultures, and I believe this is a ritual that I would strongly recommend to be eliminated in contemporary society. From my point in view, arrange marriages are just unfair and it is cheating life.
Usually, in arranged marriages it basically forces two human beings that can be incompatible for each other and are forced to spend the rest of their lives together. In most cases these marriages are brutally unhappy because of the lack of true love and affection that comes from falling in love with someone in a natural way. How can two strangers possibly become one without knowing each other? Because in a marriage two people are suppose to unite into one, by committing themselves to becoming one in the eyes of God as well as before their family and friends. Basically, this means being able to accept and love your other half with all your heart, despite all the flaws in his or her personality.
In most cases, the whole point of dating is to get to know one another, so you can witness their flaws and try to understand and overcome the flaws. It takes years to really know someone, and completely trust the person your with. By rushing into a relationship only will lead into a collision course for failure. When you are being rushed into something, you may not be 100% sure about only leads to couples separating themselves from this wonderful emotion, which they are only being deprived from.
It is only natural to meet someone, date them, and if he or she keeps you interest long enough you eventually fall in love, which is a beautiful feeling, and I believe everyone should be able to feel that kind of emotion. In arrange marriages you are forcing yourself to feel a certain type of way that only comes natural, and in cases like that it can become an overwhelming feeling with bad motives, which would be...
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