In the movie “Fiddler on the Roof,” Tevye asks his wife, Golde, “Do you love me?” She responds by listing some of the everyday services she performs for him. Indirectly, she is telling him that married love is intricately related to darning socks, washing clothes, and the countless other ordinary ways in which a husband and wife serve each other.
Golde has a point. Hands-on service that gets a job done is a critical part of marriage. Without it, the sweetest words of love ring holl
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