TITLE

Declaration and Publicity in Wedlock

AUTHOR(S)
ACAR, H. İbrahim
PUB. DATE
March 2011
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;bahar2011, Vol. 15 Issue 47, p225
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Our religion has given great importance to the family and the relationships among individuals. The family is a sacred medium where human is born and grown. In the foundation of this sanctity, there is love, respect, affection, grace and mercy. As an individual of a family, we share our joy, laugh and enjoy together in our good days, become sad together in our bad days, and look for solutions to our problems together. The joy increases as they are shared. The grief is forgotten easily as they are shared. The moment of the agreement of the wedlock is the most cheerful time for the people about to marry. It is both a religious and moral duty to share this sacred time with the family, relatives and other people, to include them into this situation and to make them know their marriage. The duty of the parents is to show performance for the wedlock to be made and not refuse the demands of their children as long as there is not an important obstruction.
ACCESSION #
83752308

 

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