John Steinbeck's Love Actually Says Why Love Is Important?

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In conclusion, Love Actually expresses how familial love is forgiving, sacrificing, and compassionate, making it the greatest kind of love. The bond between Karen and her children grants forgiveness to Harry, keeping their family intact. Sarah’s sacrifice of her own happiness is because of her priority to her brother, Michael. Also, Daniel’s treatment to Sam as his own son were due to his compassionate love towards him. I believe that Curtis found love to be important because just like what one of his characters said, he believes that “Love actually is all around.” Even though aspects of love could be synonymous to how strong, sweet, or bitter coffee blends are, one might find their day incomplete without a cup of coffee.
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