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The term '''husband and wife''' refers to a couple, one [[male]] and the other [[female]], who are bound together by a legally-recognized [[marriage]].
 
The term '''husband and wife''' refers to a couple, one [[male]] and the other [[female]], who are bound together by a legally-recognized [[marriage]].
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==The Unification Church's view==
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Rev. [[Sun Myung Moon]] said, "I am sometimes hard on even Mother in terms of providing education, at times being very stern. On such occasions, she might wonder who in the world I am. When she is in the wrong, I must point it out, even if it greatly distresses her. Yet I promised her that our children would not be privy to such moments. They never see their mother in tearful conversation. Once they appear, we quickly change the subject. Make your children believe that you and your spouse never fight. Think of them as formidable teachers. Show them only good things, not bad, and also do not do bad things." [http://www.unification.org/ucbooks/theofed/Theory_Education5.html#1001208]

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The term husband and wife refers to a couple, one male and the other female, who are bound together by a legally-recognized marriage.

The Unification Church's view

Rev. Sun Myung Moon said, "I am sometimes hard on even Mother in terms of providing education, at times being very stern. On such occasions, she might wonder who in the world I am. When she is in the wrong, I must point it out, even if it greatly distresses her. Yet I promised her that our children would not be privy to such moments. They never see their mother in tearful conversation. Once they appear, we quickly change the subject. Make your children believe that you and your spouse never fight. Think of them as formidable teachers. Show them only good things, not bad, and also do not do bad things." [1]