What do you think of omitting the word "obey" from the wedding vows?
A great idea. Marriage isnt about obeying; it's about loving and working together for the greater good of the family. I wouldn't marry if one of the requirements is to obey my husband. I would rather do things lovingly for him without him asking for it instead of receiving an order or command.
I though it was already omited. I never did like that. Your not getting marrried to obey someone.
In most cases, the word "obey" is omitted and that is a fantastic development. I believe there was a time when that word was only included in the woman's vows in some sectors. Thankfully, that is something in the distant past.
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