Love at first sight is impossible because love only comes AFTER a couple knows each other for exactly who and what each other is. For example, Romeo swears to Benvolio and Friar Lawrence that he loves Rosaline, which he proves by describing her physical beauty. However, once he sees Juliet, he forgets that he ever knew Rosalline. He swears that he only loves Juliet, and that their love is real because she loves him back. How can either love the other when they know nothing about each other except what he/she looks like and how well he/she kisses?
The song, “Good Old Days,” by Macklemore featuring Kesha gives listeners a unique, deep emotional connection with one’s past and future in a simplistic, but pathos way. The lyrics are very simplistic which helps to make the song relatable to its listeners. Good lyrics are the reason for a top hit song.
Lorde describes that "concrete needs your love" in several occasions in this poem. Love is constantly brought up to emphasize that if you fear you cannot love the concrete. Lorde believe's "you cannot make love to a concrete" when you have no fear. Through the examples of repetition, the reader is able to understand Lorde's view that love is complicated. But she wants it to seem
Written in the stars People say if it was meant to be it will be written in the stars and in the case of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, their constellation is nowhere to be found. Romeo and Juliet's love was not meant to last, real love does not need planning. Romeo and Juliet's love was to passionate to last forever because Juliet loved Romeo based on the mentality that she could not have him, Romeo loved Juliet because he needed an ego boost and Juliet and Romeo loved each other based on each others looks. Thus making Romeo and Juliet’s love not meant to last due to factors that made them love for the wrong reasons. The first reason why Romeo and Juliet's love was not meant to be is Juliet's love for romeo was based on her wanting something she can not have.
To love someone else, one has to have a love affair with the self first, one has to be selfish for a time before one can love another properly. After all, it is unfair to place all of our hopes, dreams, and expectation on a single flawed creature and become enraged when they fail to meet the impossible standards. If this type of love was a mountain than every potential partner would have climb it unprepared and yet anticipate all the hazards ahead in order to reach our satisfaction. Perhaps, we fail in love because we don’t fully understand the complexities of this raging emotion. We take it for granted the gifts that love gives to us, expecting that she will always have more to give.
As a member-for lack or a better word- of the LGBT community it honestly breaks my heart to see that someone could be so determined that marriage defies same-sex relationships as well as have the audacity to even claim said unions have any ‘consequences’ at all, and negative at that. I only hope to encourage others onto the bandwagon that love is love, whether that exists between a man and a man, woman and woman, r man and woman; it’s all the
At times love is described in terms of religion, faith or magic as Juliet states “Alike bewitched by the charm of looks.” Without magic in love we could not extricate ourselves from the reality of war, or man’s inhumanity to each other; the magic in love is a fantasy that saves us from sinking into devastation and despair. We are born to bond, wired for love, that is the reason the unexplainable feelings are so welcome as magical when one feels and unmentionable feeling towards another. The fortunate people to find love will no doubt have the illusion and fantasize a dream partner so when love walks in the door they will be emotionally open and available. Sometimes as we all mention what love is (we just can’t define it) Juliet says: “But my true love is grown to such excess/ I cannot sum up some of half my wealth.” Love resists any single metaphor because it is not easily understood and too magnificent to define. Many show love in the ways we hope to receive love but that assumes your partner defines love the same way you do.
Whether Daisy didn’t want Gatsby as her “main man” because of his lower social status, or how Tom wanted someone to fool around with, that being Myrtle, no one can quite find the “perfect” person to fit their needs and desires, thus they felt the need to branch out and have other lovers to help satisfy their needs. The whole book can be seen as portraying a simple, yet powerful message: in order to find true love, you have to look past the apparent things on the outside that are appealing, and look down into a person’s heart to see what they’re really
Another aphorism said by Morrie is “ The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.” Morrie talks about how important love is to people. He thinks that many people feel that they don’t deserve love. Because of this, they don’t give out love. I think that if people get affection and love, they learn how to give love to others. People feel really good about themselves when they see that other people care about them.
The Hardships of Love In William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, various relationships are present, where the characters persist through the obstacles of love in order to be with the one they desire. The notion of “love knows no bounds” is achievable in the bond in which two companions share, but only if they endure the hardships that come about. The difficulties that the lovers must cope with are numerous, but some more significant than others. Love is blinding - it is capable of altering the way one perceives and views things. Love can also be inconsistent, as not all can withstand loving only a single person.
I agree with the message of this clip, which is to be cautious when looking for love and be certain that a deep and meaningful connection is present prior to engaging in intercourse with another. I think this is important because we live in a world that is over sexualized and as a result teaches our youth the wrong messages and leaves women feeling that they must seduce a man in order to entice and keep a man. In my opinion, Pastor Paul quoted two of the most profound statements which was King Solomon 's quote "Daughters of Jerusalem, I charge you: Do not arouse or awaken love until it so desires" this was a crucial message because it was directed at women who throughout history have had a tendency to seek love and in many cases try to force love when it is non-existent. Too many women today confuse intercourse with love and they end up with their hearts broken because they believed that a physical relationship would heighten their emotional