Talk to anyone, and you’ll find that marriage has about a 50% success rate. Whether the two know it each other a lifetime, or have just met. Whether they date for years or for weeks. Whether they choose each other or it was arranged, marriage success is roughly the same. Everyone has a fifty-fifty chance. If this is true, why then put so much emphasis on it? Why fret and sweat, hoping to finding a perfect and compatible mate when the outcome is essentially a coin-flip? Emotions? Most likely. Fear? Definitely. But I suspect that tradition is most likely the strongest reason. … Continue reading MEET THE PATELS