Why else think about James Joyce? Well, earlier this week a discussion arose about stream of consciousness writing. But here's a thought too, and one which I've read in many teachings. I paraphrase...James Joyce has a single sentence of 4000 words without any punctuation. It was written to be a stream of consciousness for the female character in Ulysses. But you (and me, of course) are no James Joyce. Use punctuation and shorter sentences.
I know several people both in real life, as customers, and in cyber-friend space, who have children getting married today. So I send a targeted "blessings to you at the start of your new lives together" to each and every one of these new couples. Marriage is an amazing thing. It joins you to another individual in ways that you don't really conceive until you have signed the paper and listened to whatever words you consider appropriate. Most of all, it changes your thinking from "me, myself and I" to "we, ourselves and us". It is not easy, but nothing good ever really is. I think the rewards more than pay off, though, and hope that each of these young people, looking at their futures together with such hope, have the opportunity to live the life that they are dreaming of. Mazeltov!