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Good marriage is based on my caring for and loving the other, even when it doesn’t always feel good to me. Above I said that good people are good people no matter where you find them, but if you begin to think you might want to spend the rest of your life raising children with someone, then religion is very important.
For most people, when things are going well religion is not a very important part of their life (no matter how strenuously they protest that it is). It records the common experience of God’s people: when things are going good (when we “grow fat”) we ignore God.
When we feel like things are going well, and nothing feels better than being in love, God drifts to the background, and we basically ignore God. However, marriage, as many have observed, is the remedy for falling in love.
Once a man and woman begin the hard work of sharing their lives together, God becomes much more important in their lives.
Single Orthodox Christians have no easy road before them, especially if they suspect that they will be married some day.Unfortunately, our culture has taught us that sexual attraction is key to finding a suitable life partner; in fact for much of our culture, good sex is the highest form of transcendence conceivable.But let me state the obvious: this is not a Christian culture.“Dating” is a cultural construct defined by popular culture, chiefly movies and TV.Generally the only difference between dating and hanging out is that if you’re dating you are admitting that you are sexually attracted to one another—not the best way to begin a relationship that you hope will lead to the martyrdom of Orthodox Christian marriage.