I’m not to that extreme point of being so cynical about marriage; just happen to find the quote somewhat funny. Well, it is contrary to Jane Austane opening line in her novel “Pride and Prejudice”, it is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of good fortune, must be in want of a wife (Obviously, it is from the man’s side, in the book that I’m currently reading, a man tends to marrying down while a woman tends to marrying up; for the sake of climbing the social ladder. But still it can’t be used to generalize the whole notion of marriage). I have to say, I’m rethinking the notion of marriage now, even to have children but to adopt them. For the reasons, I have some. It is after reading this book, now that I feel somewhat enlightened (it doesn’t necessarily mean I don’t want to get married, I do, only not on top of my bucket lists). Well, maybe someday I will ready to write about this in detail, if not just keep it for me. But for now on, I’m still scrutinizing this new light.