There are two types of marriages, marriages where people are committed and marriages where people are just involved. I give you a scenario, when you walk into a restaurant and on the menu you have fried rice and fried chicken and on the other side of the menu you have fried rice and fried eggs. I know the option that most people would go for. Most people would go with the option of fried rice and fried chicken. This is because it is the tastier option, it is the better option. I tell you the difference between fried rice with fried chicken and fried rice with fried eggs. The difference is that in fried rice with fried chicken, the chicken was committed. While in fried rice with fried eggs the chicken was just involved, it was just merely involved, it laid eggs and walked away. So I want your marriage to be like fried rice and fried chicken, that is the committed marriage. You have to be committed in what you do in that marriage. You have to be committed financially, you have to be committed in the affairs of the home, you have to be committed in looking after the children. You have to be committed in every aspect of your home. Your spouse, your partner, your husband or your wife has to know that you are committed. When both parties know that they are committed, that marriage is better, it is sweeter because everybody is on the same page, there is no suspicion, there is trust. So I want you to go ahead, try and be committed in your marriage if you are not already committed and you will find out that your marriage will be better for it.