” I have been looking around, I have been searching for that true material that will befit my  personality, but, I couldn’t find a reliable woman. Ask yourself this question : Who will I marry?” – – – – Akinrulie Opeyemi Joshua


  As a matter of fact, “who will I marry?” must be a question for everyone in as much as we are living, this must not be a question for the singles only but, also the married men and women are not exempted from this issue because they should be able to transfer this question to their children. Yet, who will you marry? Is it a lady who has no character but, has an epitome of  beauty ? Is it a lady whose background is solidified with wealth? Is it a lady who is elegant and adorable? The choice is yours, and it depends on what you are looking for. It has  been assumed that character is like a smoke, you can not cover it for a long time. The above topic must also be launched to ladies who are yet to  marry, what kind of a man would you like to marry? A fool will think he or she is wise thus, even foolishness is a platform from wiseness. This is not applicable to all cases.


    The above picture is also a watchword for bachelors who are yet to marry. Will you treat your wife to be, sensibly? Will you make her special in public? We can not use a common circumstance to judge this issue, it should be noted that part of the stride of life is to get married and have children. If good children depends on the kind of a woman you marry, then, decency will be permitted. The youths have been cajoled by the worldly sycophantic postulations thus, realities became unknown to them. Even, the good bachelors and spinsters have been  betrayed in several relationships. They are still clamoring on this question : Who will  I marry? What you want to become is you but, you. Can you deceive yourself? To know the truth, truth must not be true. If that should be the case, who will you marry?


  ” Do not be deceived by an appearance of a woman or a man, nor, his or her exhibition. This is a camouflage created to get your heart,when the time comes the truth will be unveiled.” – – – – – Akinrulie Opeyemi Joshua

Akinrulie Opeyemi Joshua

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