According to the church and the bible, singleness is a gift that should be used wisely in the service of the church errr. I see why people would say that because as singles we have all the time in the world to devout to religious things (don’t we? Luckily, I was not raised with the peer or parent pressure to be married with children by the time I was 22. I dated without my parents knowledge because my father was very over protective), have dreams and enjoy the pleasures of caring for myself ie. This joy of singleness lasted until my very late 20’s.
During that time, I truly enjoyed my life and discovered myself: my likes, dislikes, became honest about my fears, insecurities and strengths.
Singleness is the state of being that one either loves or hates.
For most women, having a man was the life lesson since birth. Some of us can remember as kids when the adults would tease that we had ourselves a “little boyfriend” even though we did not truly know what that meant. There are some very joyous aspects of singledom if you look for it.
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