Sovereignty in Marriage
Does marriage destroy sovereignty?
some political marriages do
Can the right to sovereignty
be taken away?
Can that which no one bestows
which too many give away
truly become lost?
Who is there alive
who can not have it?
that which no one bestows
is here for all
it is the color of humanity
the nature of the human soul
wherever one may be
to be claimed
to be respected
to be loved
it is the heart
of the beloved
marriage a bond in which the most fundamental
principle of civilization, the Principle of Universal Love, is set aside and be
made null and void? Many would answer, yes.
reality is that the bond of marriage must be
designed to elevate civilization, and not
eliminate what supports it. It must be a bond
that takes sovereignty a step further and thereby protects also the larger sphere.
question must be asked, is marriage a
boundary for affection?
The answer may be
gleamed from the nature of the union,
which is fundamentally a platform of a community of
principle. There is no marriage possible where
there is no community of principle. This kind of union renders
the marriage a sovereign bond and lot a limited bond, and
thereby a protection within and without, promoting a person's unfolding
affection by which human existence is universally
the living art garden
of the invisible shapes that shape us
in the wide landscape of love
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