The speaker in Donne’s poem states, “If they be two, they are two so / As stiff twin compasses are two…. Thy firmness makes my circle just, / And makes me end where I begun” (25-40). In likeness, the speaker in “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” claims, “My love is alive / Way down in my heart / Although we are miles apart / if you ever need a helping hand / I’ll be there on the double” this speaker’s love is portrayed to be alive no matter the distance (27-29). Interestingly, the speaker in Donne’s poem illiterates their love as a “compass”; which in context, is never bound by distance rather, is used for giving direction for a distance. In addition, within common vernacular love is compared to a compass as well in that love guides us through our relationships as a compass guides our direction.
Love between parent and child has a splendor that the warmth of a home magnifies, but the lack of which needs not diminish. Love between friends can express itself with great strength: “Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13 KJV). The same can be said of other love relationships. In this book I will discuss the spousal relationship, a significant part of human love established at Creation. Spousal love is so strong that the partners bind their entire future lives together, and is the only love that has a natural sexual expression included.
Thereafter, your heart will be devoid of fears and torments. With a freed heart you can effectively communicate and fellowship well and then make a successful marriage. A heart that is freed only can be occupied with love. Warning: An evil ghost shall ultimately kill who ever has any skeleton in his or her cupboard. 10TH COMMANDMENT You shall always love one another.
This sentence points out that this act shows the love instinct of people towards their family when they are away from them. Amelia says, “Love isn 't something we invented. It 's observable, powerful; it has to mean something... Love is the one thing we 're capable of perceiving that transcends dimensions of time and space. [01:28:00]”Although a scientist, she believes that love is real and self-evident force, the strongest in the universe, transcending space, time, gravity everything. Here, Amelia Brand regards love in much the same way that we regard gravity: It’s this complex force that impacts everything; we’ve measured and observed it to the point where we have a pretty clear understanding of its effects; people devote their whole lives to observing it.
Deon never forgets her love, yet they are permanently apart in physical. Right after this line, she says love is infinite that is never ends. She says, “Near, far, wherever you are, I believe that the heart does go on, once more you open the door, and you're here in my heart, and my heart will go on and on.” In this line, she explains it doesn't matter near or far, once true love happens it will deeply root in the heart. For example, Deon’s love is unending, and her feeling towards love stays same until her death.Throughout the song, the tone remains hopeful, positive, and heart touching. Dion’s love toward her dear is true and
I do have to agree with the article that no matter what their “living together apart” lifestyle is, they still seem to be doing fine on their own. As for me, it would be really hard to choose between the marriage life or the single life. But after all, I would prefer marriage over the single life because of so many inspirations I have in
“True love stories never have endings.”-Richard Bach. Love is something that lasts forever. True love will continue going strong even if there are any physical changes to the people in the relationship. A common theme between Cyrano de Bergerac and Sonnet 18 is that true love can withstand anything, but the path to achieving that theme led the authors to use a variety of techniques. Metaphors were used by both Rostand and Shakespeare, but Rostand also used similes and hyperboles, whereas Shakespeare used personification and imagery.
Prior to his meeting with Juliet, Romeo had no idea who Juliet was; nevertheless, both of their hearts’ desires were entangled through love. Romeo took a leap of faith. He believed dishonoring his family in order to please his heart was the right choice, instead of growing to be an old man filled with regret. He even eradicated Rosaline from his mind, the girl who was originally claimed as Romeo’s lover. At that time, Romeo’s life, established by his parents, was put on hold.
Giving in unconditional love With no expectations in return. Feel that abundance of overflowing bliss Love in action The best satisfaction. Social Justice Honour the love in all Be fair in all doings We are one, all beings No colour, creed, caste We stand, side by side, in love And only love Fairness is rightness. Sustainable Growth Nurture oneself Let your growth Be that vessel without any holes Holding love to its full capacity Lovable, tolerable, endurable Be a useful vessel Not an empty one. Universal Love Love is one No colour No form No shape No size Love is the universe Love is in all of creation from here to yonder Every molecule, atom And beyond the cosmos Love is!
Sometimes the only part of my life I am sure about, is the part I share with you. You are the best thing that's ever been mine. I don't need glasses to see your beauty. Between a million yeasterdays and million tommorows, there's only one today. And I would never let it pass without telling you - I love