Marriage quotes have filled many books. This could be because almost everyone who has succumbed to the commitment of matrimony has an opinion on what makes it thrive or fail. Many offer humorous anecdotes about what happens in between. The brilliant comedian Red Skelton, quipped, All men make mistakes, but married men find out about them sooner. Still, mankind is still willing to make the leap of faith and take a partner, supposedly for life. If it is true that marriages are not held together by chains, but built stronger by many threads, then the patchwork we create of our lives with another will be colorful, and one that is uniquely ours together.
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Known for his biting wit and love of dressing flamboyantly, Oscar Wilde was a noted playwright in his time, penning a series of social satires, including The Importance of Being Earnest, An Ideal Husband and A Woman of No Importance. Imprisoned because of his sexual advances toward the Marquis of Queensbury, he wrote De Profundis, which was a thinly veiled address to his accuser. The trial and prison term ruined him. He spent much of the rest of his life living in cheap hotels or staying with friends throughout Europe and died penniless in 1900. His only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gr…
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