Why I Don’t Love My Fiance

This has to be the most inspiring piece I have read in a long time. I have been so blessed and it made me look at my life and the man that I love and understand that I have to love him in the same way that Christ loves his church. I see love and life from a different perspective. I believe that this piece was meant for me. It brought tears to my eyes and I am hoping that everyone would be as blessed as I am when they read this.

Michael J. Pittman

In 130 days I’m getting married, and a friend recently asked me why I love my fiancé. I wanted to share a deeper perspective on Amanda and I’s relationship, so before I answered why I love her, I had to first explain to him the reasons I don’t love my future bride to be.

I came to two conclusions:
First is, I don’t love Amanda for what’s on the outside. I know. It sounds cheesy, it sounds sappy. This perspective is not a novel idea by any means. How many times have you heard someone say, “I don’t love you for what’s on the outside. I love you for what’s on the inside.” But that brings me to my second conclusion.

I don’t love Amanda for what’s on the inside either.

Now don’t get me wrong, there are many things on the inside and outside that I love about

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