Their prospective on love can cause these poems not to be paired together because they are so different. “Love is Not All” asks the question what can love do for you, why do we hold love so highly. It also explains that even though we obviously it cannot cure the sick or repair the broken. While “Since Feelings are First” says the complete opposite. It describes that love is very important in living a well-balanced life and that you cannot question what you get out of it.
To love means to commit oneself without guarantee, to give oneself completely in the hope that our love will produce love in the loved person. Commitment can be called the backbone or building block of love. In other words, commitment is needed in order to build a stable and trusting relationship. Without commitment, love would not be able to grow and flourish. It can be extremely demanding on someone who isn't ready or sure that they want to commit to another person.
We think everyone will adore us, but we eventually find out that they don't. Some people we will harmonize with, and others we won't. It's just the way life goes, and those who do like us usually end up as our friends. It's like the old saying goes; to have friends, be one. This does not mean you have to be the perfect friend, but you have to at least try.
If you feel inferior of yourself, you will never get success in your life. Try to put yourself forward to prove your greatness. Thinking inferior of yourself and if you fail to put yourself forward, how you can give chance to others to know how much of hidden potential you have. No one is a god to understand what great hidden potential you have in you. You may not be successful in the first attempt, but remember that every failure must teach you a lesson or give you a motivation
It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, and always perseveres.” But where do you draw the line? When does love become impatient, unkind and rude? When do you know that it is no longer love but something lethal? The simple answer is you don’t; even when you have inner and outer voices telling you that this isn’t how you’re supposed to be living. “True love” is hard to find, well at least that’s what’s always said; once you find that on hold on tight because it doesn’t happen often.
Again, the role of the parents is the key to their children’s development. There is no marriage that is impeccable; but when you fulfill the commitment of spending the rest of your life with someone “for better and for worse,” marriage is the most rewarding manifestation of love in the world. Although, some marriages, despite the promise of “till death do us part” simply just don’t work. For marriages that turned immensely sour, divorce might be the only resort. However, if you don’t want to see your children in the wrong direction, and if you don’t want to suffer despondency, and economic burden, you better think twice before getting a divorce.
Disability is not a hindrance to enjoy life. Having a disability may be hard but nothing is impossible. You can still do the things that you cannot do anymore by the help of others, if someone offer a help accept it. You cannot choose whom to fall in love with because love will come to you unexpectedly like what happened to Lea and Tonyo they didn’t expect that love will come right away after being broken hearted. Love may be hard to you at first but don’t be afraid to open your heart again because sometimes people walks into our life and he/she is either a lesson or a blessing, love can hurt us but it is only temporary and if you try to find happiness it will come to you unexpectedly.
They both attempt to provide the concealment of their true natures, because the result of revealing your true self may be that of "pain". The importance of love goes unnoticed as the characters take love for granted and expect it to naturally come to them. The ceasing of taking love for granted does occur later and has its results and consequences. The characters realize that they are taking love for granted when they feel meaningless and uncomfortable, and stop doing so by either ending the relationship or confronting the problem.
But the adventure of marriage is learning to love the person to whom you are married.... Love does not create a marriage; marriage teaches us what a costly adventure love is." He's deliberately made the point a little provocatively, but it is nonetheless true. Of course, for anyone who is married, it is true that you may not be married now to the person you once thought you were marrying. Five years from now, or ten years from now, the person sitting next to you won't necessarily be the person you thought you were giving yourself to. So if marriage requires us to choose just exactly the right person ... well, we're in very big trouble.
Another example of how the steps do not guarantee life long love is where one practices these steps without personalizing them but practicing them like it is work to be done after which you are sure to get certain results. In this case the person may be disappointed since the steps are guidelines and not specific instructions of how to get life long love. Love grows and it is calculated. There are many other ways in which people will be disappointed in knowing that just by following the steps to life long love that you will not get it.