Singer Dawit Tsige used to believe for long period of time in the idea that for months, many couples diligently arrange the “ideal” wedding.
Every aspect is discussed and chosen.
Plans for contingencies are created, schedules are completed, and preparations are meticulously planned and set up.
Even the events of the big day are practiced.
Every component is planned for and taken into account; nothing is left to chance.
But how many couples devote even a small portion of the time spent organizing their wedding to preparing their marriage?
How many couples even make marriage plans?
However, the day after they say “I Do,” they awaken as newlyweds and spend the following years attempting to find their way to “happily ever after.”