The Importance Of Love In Antigone

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Everyone feels the pain of loss the same. We both know that pain. Some are working for their justice. We are just ordinary people driven to revenge in the name of justice. But if revenge is called justice, then that justice breeds yet more revenge. And becomes a chain of hatred. Living within it, aware of the past, predicting the future. That is what it means to know history. We cannot help but know that people cannot understand each other. The world of humans is ruled by hatred and when a man learns to love, he must bear the risk of hatred(Kishimoto). People cannot escape these two powerful emotions of love and hate because they are simply entwined together. We can love someone dearly but the next moment hatred surges from your body once they have done you wrong. As we love someone we are shadowed with the hate, once things go wrong the hatred suddenly can take over your body. Hate is an emotion that is hard to deteriorate because of the painful memories and experiences. While love is hard to obtain, it’s difficult to find people you truly love and willing to do anything for that person.…show more content…
Even though they eliminated one another their death will not ignored nor perished. They will not be forgotten and with the dead comes respect and a memorial. In a family there will be grief and a proper service. However, when someone denies a memorial for their opinion of a just situation is not just. When justice is not served out correctly revenge is the path many people take, in this novel Antigone, will ultimately defeat Kreon’s unjust law by avenging her brother regardless of the laws. When justice is not served people’s, love become enraged with disappointment, hate and disparity and is used to protest the problem to a deeper

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