What is the wisdom behind the importance of getting married and having children in Islam?
I ask because getting married and having children is a full time commitment, to which you have to dedicate your life to, meaning, you will hardly have time left for much else.
I ask because in this life, there are a trillion and one things a person can do, experience, explore, see etc etc and marriage is 1 of those things and children is another of those things.
Which is why I want to know about the wisdom behind the importance given to marriage and having children, where you normally would have to give up all the other things you could do in your life if you don't get married and have children.
I am only talking about things which are not haraam. For example:
Learning how to ride a horse
Learning rock climbing
Learning to fly a helicopter
Going to see all the amazing landscapes of the world
I mean the list is endless. If you get married, the average person would end up spending all his money and time on his family. If he has money, it normally means he works hard to earn the money, so he will lack time. If he lacks money, it normally means he will have plenty of time, but no money to do and experience the world created by God.
Sunni view preferred.