All the news and such on the royal wedding has me thinking how easy it can be to get swept up in the event itself rather than what it’s really all about.
It’s not really about the dress, the flowers, the decor, the ceremony, the breaking or not of tradition, who is invited or not, who shows or not, etc.
I have often seen women get so caught up in the planning of the day that they lose sight it’s not the finish line, it’s actually the starting line.
The wedding day itself will last 24 hours at most, and in many cases the ceremony is 15 minutes or less.
What really matters is not the wedding but the attitude and mindset one approaches the entire situation with. It’s not about being a bride. It’s about becoming a wife.
Being a wife is about entering a whole new life phase. Doors closing and others opening. Building a life. Making a commitment. Sticking to it. Two becoming one.
Needless to say the choice of life mate is perhaps the most important one you will make in life. Not only choosing well and wisely, but also being a good and wise choice in return.
Of course there’s nothing wrong with enjoying the day but in the process be sure you don’t lose sight of the big picture.
What do you think? Please share in the comments!