Quote by Charles Dickens
It is because I think so much of warm and sensitive hearts, that I would spare them from being wounded.
This quote expresses the speaker's value and concern for warm and sensitive hearts. Their intention is to protect these individuals from emotional pain or heartbreak, implying that they have a deep appreciation for their vulnerability. The quote reflects the speaker's empathetic nature and desire to shield others from harm, highlighting their compassion and understanding towards those with sensitive souls.
The purpose of marriage is not to have pleasure and to be idle, but to procreate and bring up children, to support a household. This, of course, is a huge burden full of great cares and toils. But you have been created by God to be a husband or a wife that you may learn to bear these troubles. Those who have no love for children are... unworthy of being called men or women; for they despise the blessing of God, the creator and author of marriage.