Preserve saorodly the privacies of your owu house, your married state and your lieart. Let do father, uiother, sister or brother ever presume to ooine betweeo you or bare the joy or itorrows that belong to you two alone. With mutual belp build your ijuiet world, not allowioK your dearest friead to be the confideut of ougbt that beooinuH your dotuestic peace. Let uio menta of alienation, if they occur, be healed at odco. Never, no ncver, speak ofitout-ide ; but to each olhcr confesa, aod all wil] come out riglit. Never let the morrow's sim still fiod you at vjriance. Keoevr and renew your vow ; it will do you good, and thereby your niinds will grow together, ooüteDted io tbat love which is btronger than death, and; you will become truly one.