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Today we live in a different culture.
Different. Altogether different.
There are many other things in our daily lives have changed compared to fifty years ago. And this is one of them. Marriage is today a different institution than it was fifty years ago. It's less of a commitment; it's almost a business deal. And if it doesn't work out, you quit. Like today, people don't stay on their jobs for extended numbers of years. If you are many years on a job, they wonder, 'what's wrong with them? They couldn't find anything better?' I see today young people -- especially in the technology field -- after four or five years, they change jobs. And this is also reflected in the establishment of marriage.
Do you think marriage is still necessary?
I think so. I think so. It's... I don't know how to explain that. It's not freelancing.