Various traditions, religions, languages and laws often make people not to understand each other. Facing this misunderstanding I started to look for something every human have in common. But the more I travelled the more I realized that these general links should have a very long history and even may be older then our species is. For example, two of those common features, birth and death, are inherent for every living being — not only humans. That’s truly, that everyone had been once born, everyone will once die. But do we have anything similar between those two inevitable events? I found the answer in songs, tales, novels and myths: almost every person and even almost every anthropomorphous god one day falls in love. Particularly in every culture we can find some wedding rituals, and it seems to be the third common feature I am searching for. However, is it possible to describe human life using just these three shades: birth, wedding as a symbol of love and death? I intend to try.