Isn’t the title “Yes, I do” take you down the memory lane, when you had made promises to your loved ones.
YES to any promise comes with great responsibility, and enduring it is a major task too. When we make promise we are actually setting a goal for ourselves, which constantly remind us of our duties in that direction.
Promises to self or to others should be reasonably and practically possible or else you may find yourself in a big trouble. If you think some tasks are out of your reach then very politely say NO. As, every YES from you binds you for a long run challenge. This quote by Hannah Arendt rightly describes the situation “Promises are the uniquely human way of ordering the future, making it predictable and reliable to the extent that this is humanly possible.”
One thing that any person can have in abundance is Promise, irrespective of age, religion and richness, and Ovid says it aptly with this quote “Everyone's a millionaire where promises are concerned”.
However people should never underestimate the power of promise made, it can either make or break someone's heart. It doesn't matter to whom we make promise to but what matters the most is how we work to fulfill one. Lastly I would only say that "Make one to meetone".