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“Is It Hard That You’re Single?”

Such trait that every single woman should ponder, and every single man should pursue.

A friend at church asked me this question one Sunday morning that left me thinking: “Is it hard that you’re single?” The proud, pretensious, and perhaps, hypocritical inner part of me says, “It’s not that hard; in fact, I am having a blast in my life and very content about being single. I mean, being independent at age 26, having a great job I truly enjoy, a loving family and lots of supportive friends, and being able to use my undivided time to do ministry and do whatever I need to accomplish in life, I must not ask for a husband anymore.” I wish I could just conceal the reality that singleness is, perhaps, the “hardest thing” about my journey as a Christian. Because in reality, a deeper part of me longs to share life moments with someone for rest of my life. What makes singleness “hard” is the fact…

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