Love is a very human emotion that most people seem to get a lot out of. People learn what it is when they are very young. Many of them have responsible parents that are going to help them learn what it is. They teach them how men and women are different people and how they have the responsibility to respect them. That is why a lot of people get divorced in American. They hardly know the person that they fell in love with and don’t know if they can respect them. That is the hard truth of love.
In the case of Warren Buffet, he has married two women. The first one was Susan Buffet, of whom he married in 1952. Just like Warren, she was born in Omaha, in Nebraska. She got married at the young age of 20 while Warren was at the age of 22 at the time. She cared about civil rights, birth rights and the birth defects that can happen to a person. That is something that is quite admirable and respectable. Though in 2004, she would pass away in Wyoming. She lived a long life. Warren would marry Astrid Menks in 2006, and hasn’t looked back ever since.
Astrid was a woman born in Latvia. Latvia is known for being a small European country where most things are quiet. In fact, the most that has happened for that country in recent memory is a player going to play for the New York Knicks. In his opinion, Warren Buffet says that unconventional marriage works. Most people would disagree for their own reasons. But Warren is a very intelligent man. If he says something on his mind he usually means it and isn’t just saying it.