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PARAGRAPH 1
Name: María de Lourdes Fernández Tandazo
Class: Writing Made Simple for Students
Date: 10-12-03
MARRIAGE
The future of humanity is built in the family!
Marriage is a socialinstitution that creates a bond between its members. This tie is socially recognized, either by legal or by way of custom. The traditional form of marriage is between a man and a woman, with the objetive ofbuilding a family. Marriage is considered an important institution because it helps define the structure of society, creating a bond of kinship between people. One of its functions is widely recognizedprocreation and socialization of children.
One of the main features of marriage is that it is performed between two people, I mean heterosexuality. The passages of time changes have been taking andas has been "evolving" society have made changes to the institution of marriage. Many countries have passed laws allowing marriage between two men or two women. This to me is wrong and unnatural,because you get to meet the characteristics of marriage. Although we are in a world where one must endure, the family is the nucleus of society and these unions only works with families don’t existanymore.
In ancient times marriage was by agreement of the parents, who were getting married did not even know and their marriages lasted years. The dreams of the women was married, had many children andwaiting for her husband with food, while the man worked and gave a good life for his family. Now the people who decide to get married first fall in love, and see if they are compatible. The dreams ofthe people have changed, and marriage is not a priority, because they live together and if it works if you are married and not separated as if nothing has happened. And with that distorts one of themost beautiful feelings such as love.
The opposite of marriage is divorce and it is very common today. According to the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INEC) in 2009 there were 76,892...
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