I don’t want to marry someone. I want to adopt children. But I want to marry God, marry a cause, in a way that means I could never devote myself to another. I’ll marry my country before I will marry a man who asks me to marry him with only my father’s permission in his hands. I don’t want marriage, splitting my soul in two to give half to another. I am too selfish for that.
Marriage is the unison of two souls and is one of the biggest causes, in my opinion. The cause being to raise a family, a child, together with someone you truly are a part of; who is also a part of you just as much. Marriage happens when you two can’t tell apart from each other. In the Gurugranth sahib it says, “Two bodies, one soul.” That’s the biggest cause, to be one with someone, as if with God and raising a living human being. Also, you have to give your whole to a child as well, as if giving yourself up to God, again. But in this your not alone.
A Tibetan Monk blesses the deer that gather around him and someone snaps a picture. Upon viewing the picture they notice a rainbow had appeared.
pretty sure this is the happiest picture I’ve seen in a long time