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Spontaneity and planning

There are things that people want that don’t seem to go well with spontaneity. Things like retirement, marriage, and children, to name a few.

There are things that people want that don’t go well with planning. I can’t name any right now, but I’m sure you can think of something that was wonderful and unplanned.

Well, I wonder if some of those”must plan” things wouldn’t be more wonderful if not planned.

Retirement probably isn’t one a person could leave to chance.

Children are often unplanned with good results.

What about marriage?

You meet someone and you just click with them. Next thing you know you’re married. It all happens in the space of a weekend or a couple of months.

You can get the marriage annulled, but what if you stuck it out?

How do those arranged marriages work? They can’t get their marriage annulled.

I’m not talking about the horrible ones you hear about on the news out the ones in the after school special shows.

I’m talking about the good ones. The ones where the two people come to love each other and raise a great family together.

How do those marriages get to be so great?

Is it the same way that the great planned marriages get to be great?

I’m just saying…

By Jen Christopherson

Jenna (Jen) Christopherson is a person of dreams, realistic and extraordinary. Her favorite hobby is to read and her passion for writing is unparalleled. As a child, she read a library and then wrote a library.

"In the heart of what is good there is a storm of sinister proportion." As said by the very same.

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