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Rev Bruce S Noll HMN says
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Kate Herrell says
I think I agree with you that the writer seems to be trying to say something. And I think the writer is trying to say that men is fearful of marriage, which in fact will make them happy.
Could a woman have a big enough ego to presume that if a man doesn't marry 'her' then he has a problem with happiness? You bet your divorce she does !
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Eric Dierker says
good one Erickierker
Barbara Anne Helberg says
Poetically speaking yes. Behind every great man there's an even greater woman. In the same sense a man's barrier to happiness may be a woman. But in reality we are our own barriers.
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Hollie Martin says
it's not 'men' in general it's man as in people.. Although I've known of unhappy animals.......back to the discussion. People fear because they don't know and most are afraid to know. Knowledge supresses fear.
Well, first of all the question says 'men' not 'man'. And No, I do not believe the barier is fear. I like my answer because I have found it to be true in many people's cases including my own. And because of this many people don't know how to be happy
That is how I understood the question as well. Men as in mankind.
I know I'm being silly for continuing with this. But isn't mankind 'man' and not men? Mankind, the human being and humanity = man (not men). "Man cannot live by bread alone"
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