The author wrote about the secularization of the vocabulary conception in the term: marriage.
Further theaddressed the minimalization of the psycho-spiritual elements, experience, and outcomes within the conceptualization of the term or meanings within the idea of: marriage.
Finally, it seems to me, the author addressed the mass marketed meme in a consumption economy -not only financially but in actual intrinsic (internalized) thoughts- where in one’s actions or conduct has become automatic based upon an internal thought/emotion/motivation pattern–Â where in one world wide is encouraged to think of relationships and interactions purely in terms, concrete physical terms, in aand never reach beyond it, anymore, even in belief for the cognition is lost in a dream or the past – a belief or cognition that marriage is more than just that, a physical transaction.
This defies the psycho spiritual cultural past which created generations in humanity.
I think the author addresses this cultural misconception and redefinition of the term and concept of marriage well.
Thanks to you.Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Mrs. Ruth Williams