The next subchapter I'm on is called "Another Viewpoint"
Q. Since, for many people, the Bible provides
much of the basis for marriage, what does it
say about a wife loving her husband?
A. Nowhere in the Bible is the wife ever
commanded to love her husband. This is not
surprising. It's a biblical principle that God
doesn't ask from individuals that which they
DO NOT HAVE the means to accomplish.
The husband is commanded to love his wife,
but she is never told to reciprocate.
The next subchapter I'm on is called "Seperation of Powers"
Q. Lately, while I'm at work, my wife has
been spending a lot of time sipping tea with
other wives in the neighborhood. Since doing
this, she has gradually become more irritable
and distant. Could those other wives be encouraging
A. Two or more females gathered together
invariably result in the brewing of trouble.
Groups of wives have systematically destroyed
each others' marriages in communities all
over the nation. Certainly one of the reasons
for the relative success of marriages in the last
century was the distance between homes and
the difficulty of travel. Cars and telephones
have changed this and marriages have suffered.
In the case of wives, idle minds really
are the devil's playground. Husbands wishing
to salvage something of their marriages
should discourage their wives from congregating
The next subchapter I'm on is called "Perpetual Estrangement"
Q. My wife has remained distant and cold to
me for a long time but has never mentioned a
divorce. It's like living in a limbo. Your
A. A woman doesn't have to physically leave
you to dump you. Millions of wives don't give
a damn about their husbands, but are happy
to spend his money and enjoy, what is for
them, the prestige and benefits of marriage.
Indeed, predatory females are skilled at
taking your money, your time, your peace of
mind, and then despising you, all in a continuous
cycle that may run for years.
"There is a sucker born every minute."
—Phineas T. Barnum