Quote by Michel de Montaigne
Marriage is like a cage; one sees the birds outside desperate to get in, and those inside desperate to get out.
This quote presents a cynical viewpoint on marriage, likening it to a cage. It suggests that those who are not married desire the commitment and stability of marriage, while those already in a marriage yearn for freedom and the sense of being trapped. The quote implies a potential conflict between the desire for companionship and the longing for individual freedom. Ultimately, it captures the idea that marriage can simultaneously be a source of happiness and fulfillment, as well as one of frustration and constraints.
There is a God,there always had been.I see Him here,in the eyes of the people in this corridor of desperation.This is the real house of God,this is where those who have lost the God will find Him.There is a God,there has to be, and now I'll pray,I'll pray that He will forgive that I have neglected Him all of these years, forgive that I've betrayed,lied and sinned with impunity only to turn to Him now in my hour of need,I pray that He is as merciful,benevolent and gracious as His book says He is.