Saturday, 22 November 2014

The transcendent importance of marriage

President Henry B Eyring CJCLDS

Former English Chief (Orthodox) Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

Note - Both of these are wise, stirring, moving, fine speeches on a subject of supreme importance here and now.

Things have come to a point of clarity and polarity: Marriage is either of transcendent importance (as Eyring and Sacks state), or else if this transcendent importance is denied (or the possibility of transcendence of this world itself denied) - then marriage will be destroyed utterly and the world, human life, will be drained of value (not completely drained, but decisively, qualitatively, tragically).


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