Love is the dominant emotion in the Multiverse. Its opposite, hate, has historically devastated humanity on the planet. But love has survived and can be observed in all life. In the Judeo-Christian ethic love to God and love to humanity are supreme. Love is expressed in different ways.
Dystopian fictions always propose some kind of warning which is often implied of what will happen if the present trends are continued. As the dystopian fiction gained its prominence in the 20th century, some factors are the reason for the popularity of these dystopian fictions. The brutality, aggression, violent behaviour and totalitarian government lead by Nazi Germany and the Stalinist Soviet Union. As these two totalitarian governments shook the whole world, they also made their influence in writings and genres. Another aspect which raised the growth of dystopian fiction is the side effects of the industrialization and providing the consciousness of environmental damage.
In Sonnet 18, Shakespeare says that his lover will stay youthful and live forever in text; however, he knows realistically that his lover will age and die. Although his lover’s actual beauty will fade, he will forever love him/her. In Sonnet 130, despite all the magnificent things he contrasts his lover with, he still loves him/her. Through these examples, one can clearly conclude that love conquers all things- the beautiful and the ugly. This is a message that still carries through to today’s society, and that is why these poems are relevant to the people of this modern
Every man is antagonized at the forefront of affliction, and the unpretentious consideration of one’s suffering will unite societies together in communal empathy. Affliction is the price humanity must pay to be humbled by the grace of God. To accrue the divinity of God, there must be a presence of love and comfortability with truth. Simone indicates that the only way to fully consent to Gods divine love and justice is when all actions are done out of compassion for others. She defines this as a certain madness; the type of madness that overcomes all social commands, corruption, and
They loved me loved me very dearly and took every care to make me happy. A single drop of tears was enough to move them. They were my best guides, teachers and friends in my childhood. Hundreds of events crowd my memories and hunt me. Let me muse over some so the striking memories of my childhood below: Memory of home: the memory of my childhood days more than often takes me back to our sweet home and reminds me of the wise saying, ‘home, home, sweet home; there
The Quakers believed in ‘inner light’, complete freedom of conscience, and equality between man and woman, without caring even the least for the formal ceremonies of the Church. Whitman was deeply influenced by the radical and democratic views of his father and the Quakerism of his mother. Elegy is one of the richest literary forms because it has the capacity to hold emotions that deeply influence people. The strongest of the tools elegy uses is its reliance on memories of those who are no more. Most of the poets who wrote elegies were evidently awed by the frailty of human beings and how the world completely forgets about the deceased at some point.
When I read this on the wall of a friends house, I thought how true this quote is. The love of power is so strong among global scales. Consuming unending amounts of earth oil, cluttering forests, oceans, the land we live on. The lack of respect we have for what we were given through birth. Our mothers and fathers eloped, traveled, lived their lives and granted us the gift of life resulting in our life today.
Instead, he is writing naturally by using his one and only muse, Stella. He puts Nature over Study, and therefore implies that Stella’s face holds all love and beauty he will need, which is why it is only natural to write from what nature has granted him. His reason for being frustrated is that he attempted, at first, to place Study over Nature, which is impossible because nothing overrules nature. He emphasizes this in sonnet six, where he is describing other poet’s various methods of expressing their love as an overwhelming force that makes them use contradicting extremes such as “living deaths” and “freezing fires”. (S6, L2-3) Sidney’s originality and individuality is evident here, when he
In this catchy song entitled “No Weapons, No Wars” by Elliot Madriss, it had helped people to realise the true importance of harmony with the strong lyrics. The issue of war and peace has always been a focal issue in all periods of history and at all levels relations among nations. War is undeniable the most evil thing in this world. Yet the international community had fully realized the supreme importance of the virtue of peace against the evil of war only after having suffered the most frightening, ominous and highly destructive two World Wars during the first half of the 20th century. The blood soaked shreds of humanity that lay scattered in several hundred battle grounds, particularly on the soils of Hiroshima and Nagasaki after being hit by the atomic bomb, they all cried for peace, peace and peace on the earth.
All Muslims of the world are indebted to our great cogitator and pay gratitude for his relentless fight for a separate homeland, which transmuted the political postures of other sovereigns. His benevolent accommodations and devotion in the field of poetry, philosophy and metaphysics are unprecedented, which ushered an incipient era of literature and cognizance. His message through his verbal expressions, verbalizations and work will ever vibrate against evil, slavery and