Quote by Proverb
Those that marry for money sell their liberty.
This quote implies that when people enter into a marriage solely for financial gain, they are essentially giving up their freedom and independence. It suggests that placing monetary considerations above one's personal desires and values can lead to a loss of personal agency and the ability to make decisions based on one's own happiness and fulfillment. Instead of finding true love and companionship, marrying for money indicates a prioritization of material wealth over personal autonomy and emotional well-being.
And I wanted to cry out at her that I could not put the body apart from the soul, and that the comfort of her body was more than a thing of the flesh, but was also a comfort of the soul, and why it was I could not say, and why it should be, I could not say, but there was in it nothing that was ugly or evil, but only good. But how can one find such words?
The future of humanity is uncertain, even in the most prosperous countries, and the quality of life deteriorates; and yet I believe that what is being discovered about the infinitely large and infinitely small is sufficient to absolve this end of the century and millennium. What a very few are acquiring in knowledge of the physical world will perhaps cause this period not to be judged as a pure return of barbarism.