Love, honor—and benefit mutually

One week after his wedding day, Abraham Lincoln wrote to a friend: "Nothing new here, except my marrying, which, to me, is a matter of profound wonder." Carl Sandburg, Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years, Vol. I (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1926), p. 139 .

Reading his words touches the heart. We sense his awe at vowing to uphold, sustain, and love another as himself.

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