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A Great Adventure

February 26, 2010
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Steve McCoy directed me to this well written piece featured in the The Wall Street Journal about marrying young.  Here is an excerpt,

As focused as we young adults are on self-development, what if the path to that development is actually learning to live with and love another person? We may be startled to find that the greatest adventure lies not in knowing oneself as much as in knowing and committing to another person. Sure, freedom is great—but as John Paul II reminded us, “Freedom exists for the sake of love.”

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  1. Craig Holz permalink
    February 27, 2010 8:21 AM

    Amen! We live with several examples of marrying young. What an adventure learning to live with and love your Dad. I wouldn’t trade my adventure of committing to your Dad for anything. As we have discussed many times in our Bible study, without freedom there is no love. Thanks for always making me think, Andy. Your Mom

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