It is clearly evident that these three characters fail the protagonists, Romeo and Juliet. Failures occurs because of strict laws, timing periods, and parental figures. These lead them to make the mistakes and pursued their end. Overall the tragic ending to the story teaches a lesson of the consequences being impulsive along with learning that in life, we have challenges that we face but in reason being that we should be ready to face those challenges, even if it is wrong choosing to stand up for what we believe in, just as the two lovers do when they choose to stand by their love no matter how many people and how many obstacles come between them. Therefore, if both households solved their conflicts, Romeo and Juliet would live a happy restful
When in a relationship individuals will make decisions that are foolish, to sustain and keep their relationships alive. Romeo and Juliet are two prime examples of individuals who make foolish decisions; Juliet was willing to never see her family again, or to even die rather than not being able to be with Romeo. These characters embody the human craving to live within a committed relationship, although their want to live within a relationship leads them towards their inevitable deaths. Individuals fawning to live within a committed relationship will cause individuals to take part in foolish actions just to live within their relationships. All individuals are in control of their actions, but some actions will consequently damage
For example, not breaking someone’s trust can lead to having them and their support for life. If Romeo and Juliet were honest and loyal to their family, they could’ve lived a happy loved life. They would have been rewarded better, but instead they disrespected their family. As a consequence, for them being together was impossible and it was what lead them to a tragic death. Achieving the simplest things, like not breaking trust, being respectful, and being loyal could get someone in a place they deserve to
The characters know that if they are discovered, they will not receive the reception they want from their family, and will probably be disowned. I suppose they do experience a bit of a thrill about it, going against their parent’s wishes and rebelling, but overall they know that getting married is a risk, and none of the other involved parties enjoy being in the deception. In Earnest, the theme of deception is approached in a more comical way, and therefore the opinions of the characters mirror that. Furthermore, the same goes for Romeo and Juliet, except in a more serious
“My skin has betrayed me”. To me self-love is one of the most important things, if people don’t love their own skin then they don’t wanna be in it. To the world, self-love is a rare thing. These days people believe they aren’t worth it. Everyone has insecurities, but in our day and time, those insecurities are exploited to tear us down which makes them hard to avoid.
However, some may defy the laws found within this pyramid for the people they love. Correspondingly, it is unimaginable to envisage life without loved ones and therefore causing individuals to act otherwise when unaccompanied by the feeling of strong affection. Alluding to, Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare, “What greater punishment is there than life when you have lost everything that made it worth living?,” finalizing the idea that without true love and belonging life may not be equivalent to the deeper affection known as love (Shakespeare 14). Overall, psychological needs cannot function without the attachment from another who drives the same compassion. Love and affection fosters an individual 's mind to change their perspective on human motivation by increasing healthy hormones, blood flow to the brain, and disproving Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs from the greater feeling they have derived.
If you get your love, then the journey becomes heaven, otherwise, it becomes hell. Ask those who didn't get their love due to stupid reasons and left everything by saying that love demands pain. Love could be one sided, but what about that person who is sacrificing everything for another person who would never get to know about the real state of one who is sacrificing. This is a real face of love. It's heart-wrenching that mostly you won't get that person with whom you're in love and have to smile so that the other person can move on.
humans are extremely complicated beings, ones own idea of happiness could conflict or hurt other people. no matter how much effort and time we spend contemplating how to save the world, some people can not perform a utilitarian calculation for every decision in their life. ' 'People too easily talk themselves into doing foolish things for the sake of good results ' ' (Gensler, 119). a collective rational set of guidelines set by maybe a government will rule society into a better place , if everyone really knew what needed to be done they would be more understanding of the pleasure and pain impact on their neighbor and more willing to follow the rules for others sake even at the expense of there own happiness. when I think about a rule utilitarian society in modern times, think about a woman in Saudi Arabia and the rules based on religious law and reason.
In other words, love can easily turn sour if tossed around carelessly. Therefore, adopting a fuller perspective on the complexities of love. Following a similar fashion, she details the hurt that she’s dealt with due to friendships: “I 've looked at life that way/ Oh but now old friends are acting strange/ They shake their heads, they say I 've changed/ Well something 's lost but something 's gained/ In living every day,” (lines 28-32). Mitchell learns that the exciting and full experience of beginning friendships, does not always end that way. As they begin to mature, their paths do not intersect.
It is obvious the couple is madly in love with each other, but become too caught up in life, which causes them to lose their identities. Eventually, “anyone” dies, but “noone” cares because she becomes too focused on the unimportant aspects of life. As the poem progresses, it is evident that Cummings wants the readers to be aware that death exists, but that does not mean it is acceptable to ignore the identities of other for the sake of