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Wedlock Again – Biology rules over eternal pain

Filed under: General — MurrayBacon @ 11:46 am Sun 3rd May 2009

http://www.dailyecho.co.uk

5:50am Saturday 2nd May 2009

THE founder of Fathers 4 Justice will wed his partner of four years today after vowing “never again” to get married.

Matt O’Connor, from Winchester, will marry Nadine Taylor, pictured, from Romsey, at Romsey Abbey.

They will wear handcuffs as a sign of their campaigning past and their commitment to each other.

The pair, who have a three-year-old son, Archie, first met at a Fathers 4 Justice meeting in Southampton, in February, 2005.

Matt founded the organisation in 2002 after divorce led to him losing contact with his two sons.

He said: “I never imagined I’d meet anyone in an organisation full of big, ugly blokes like me, let alone get married to one of them. I had vowed never again, but we have learnt the value of commitment and marriage. I guess it’s what you would call wedlock.”

MurrayBacon comment:
If we can understand what we are made of, we have the best opportunity to make the best of our life, with just one shot at it. Cheers.

2 Responses to “Wedlock Again – Biology rules over eternal pain”

  1. Secret Societies says:

    That does not surprise me at all

    It is one the main traits of such guys, they are clever clever talkers, but do not have the morals to practice what they preach.

  2. Devils Advocaat says:

    The mark of being alive (as an animal), is being able to adapt, to make the best of being alive.

    Matt O’Connor has been through a hard mill, but is big enough to change his mind, almost admit that maybe he was wrong in some areas and change tack to enjoy life to the maximum. I applaud him!

    Trees cannot move, to find the best nutrients. Neither can rigid, nonadaptive people.

    In the end, we face choices where rigid application of “morals” may stultify our lives or our children’s lives. Whether we like it or not, at times we must face up to choices that challenge our assumptions, prejudices and essential values. Life goes on – are we up to the challenge?

    Life – just one shot and it’s all over…….

    Personality disorders are cruel barriers to adapting to life, as it unfolds.

    Legal training, is virtually being saddled with a personality disorder, just you get a better looking piece of paper. But in the end, it’s just the same inflexibility of mind and the same loss of life…..

    There is more to life than just: Consume, be silent, die!

    Best regards, MurrayBacon.

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