pourqoui tant de mariages tant des divorces?

cikwanine chihyoka joelle
Posted July 23, 2013 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

c'est Dieu qui a instituée le mariage car il est dit dans genèse 2:18''il n'est pas bon que l'homme soit seul....'' tant des mariages tans de divorces! c'est parce que certains se marient sans savoir ce qu'il font ou ce qu'il cherche,il y a des mariages par intérêt,par prestige, force,etc soit l'homme ou la femme se marie cupide du matériel ,si l'un de deux n'est pas satisfait il est déçu et problème commence et conduit au divorce pour le mariage par prestige ,une fois les cérémonies termine le mariage aussi est termine quant au mariage forcée .une fois la personne découvre la vérité ou la réalité de son partenaire et trouve que la cohabitation est impossible quant aux mariages par commission que nous vivons aujourd'hui,les deux partenaire sont dans des pays étranger ;arri9ve sur le lieu du mariage l'un de deux n'est pas satisfait et abandonne et cherche un autre nous interpelons qui attendent le visa avant de rejoindre leurs maris a cause de souffrance elles se méconduise avec tout risque selon certaine tradition le barrière culturelles conduise aussi au divorce ex la culture et la religion exige la virginité a la jeune fille faute de cela le mariage est rompu des le premier jour comme ci le garçons eux est permis de de faire n 'importe qoui

English translation by community member Lianna Reed

Why so many marriages and so many divorces?

It’s god that instituted marriage because he said in Genesis 2: 18 that it is not good that man is alone. So many marriages and so many divorces! It is because certain of those that marry do so without knowing what they do or what they want. They are marriages for interest, prestige, or force, etc. Either men or women marry greedy for material. If one of the two is not satisfied, they are disappointed and problems start and lead to divorce. For the marriage for prestige, once the ceremonies end the marriage also ends. When a marriage is forced, once the person discovers the truth or the reality of their partner they find cohabitation impossible. With marriages of commission that we live today, the two partners are in a strange country, the arrive in the place of the marriage and one of the two is not satisfied and leaves and looks for another. We call to mind those who wait for the visa before joining their husbands because of their suffering they are left with all the risk. According to certain traditions certain cultural barriers drive divorce, e.g. the culture and the religion demands the virginity of the young girl. It is her fault if the marriage fails the first day because the boys are allowed to do anything.

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Ariane Assumani
Jul 26, 2013
Jul 26, 2013

Bien raisonner ma soeur car les jeunes ne connaissent pas le vrais sens du mariage il y a aussi le facteur immitation qui conduit ces mariages aux divorces! ce qui perturbe le taux des filles dans la villes.

cikwanine chihyoka joelle
Aug 02, 2013
Aug 02, 2013

tout le marriage exigent le consentement ,L'Amour ,le respect,le pardon,la priere,la fidelite,la patience ect.... le couple doivent se comprandre et s'entrraider mutuellement et favirise la cohabitation pacifique il doivent se force de franchir les obstacles qui entrave le mariage,le couple doit harmonise toute shose pour preserver le mariage

Lianna Reed
Sep 25, 2013
Sep 25, 2013

Why so many marriages and so many divorces?

It’s god that instituted marriage because he said in Genesis 2: 18 that it is not good that man is alone. So many marriages and so many divorces! It is because certain of those that marry do so without knowing what they do or what they want. They are marriages for interest, prestige, or force, etc. Either men or women marry greedy for material. If one of the two is not satisfied, they are disappointed and problems start and lead to divorce. For the marriage for prestige, once the ceremonies end the marriage also ends. When a marriage is forced, once the person discovers the truth or the reality of their partner they find cohabitation impossible. With marriages of commission that we live today, the two partners are in a strange country, the arrive in the place of the marriage and one of the two is not satisfied and leaves and looks for another. We call to mind those who wait for the visa before joining their husbands because of their suffering they are left with all the risk. According to certain traditions certain cultural barriers drive divorce, e.g. the culture and the religion demands the virginity of the young girl. It is her fault if the marriage fails the first day because the boys are allowed to do anything.