Two cheers for the millennials who were able to find compromise. After coming from a generation that was taught we would change the world all on our own, the idea of “settling down” as I still feel like I’m “growing up” is difficult to fathom. There are some out there who have taken the more traditional route and are grabbing their law degrees or becoming doctors, which affords predictability and stability in some cases. But for the vast majority of us, with our political science and anthropology degrees and our various passions with job opportunities all across the globe, it seems as though there is no room for love.
Two cheers for the millennials who are somehow making it work even when the idea of marriage is becoming an outdated concept. As situationships and promiscuity become the accepted norm, you still find a way to make a commitment to monogamy. You should be studied so that the rest of us can learn from you. We must understand just how you did it.
I do fear, however, that we may not like the answers. And for that, I pray.
Two prayers for the millennials who have given up dream jobs, dream locations, and dream plans for the sake of their love.
Two prayers for the millennials who never fully realized their dreams as they had found love so early on.
Two prayers for the millennials who are working together to build a future that they both can call a dream.
Two prayers for the millennials who haven’t lost the faith that so many of us have.
These well-wishes are in the hopes that your love and your lives never die. Many of us are a tad bit jealous of you, yet our ways of life simply don’t allow for it. So we live through you. Keep posting your “She said yes” pictures and keep us all inspired.