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Family Provides Unconditional Love and Support

- ... That are concerned with families to locate and implement support systems that can reduce and prevent family stresses and that help parents to learn coping mechanisms to face a more optimal future. Teaching families correct principles and providing them with practical skills increases their capacity to strengthen family bonds and to lead happy, productive lives. Strong families build strong individuals, and those individuals build the kind of world we all dream of. Parents who live with their children contribute to their offspring’s welfare by spending time with them and spending money on them....   [tags: development, community, children]

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Hidden Evidence of Unconditional Love

- I took a sip of my tea off my mother’s delicate cup. The fragrant scent of peppermint Christmas eases my mind. I sense warmth in the air, but the sun is still accompanied by the clouds. A few gentle freezes frequently blew my hair, causing it to brush against my cheek softly. But no matter how hard I try to let my soul enjoy these little things, loneliness deemed to be felt. Here I am sitting on my cushioned chair in my back porch, with my eyes feasting on hues. The fields of blossomed variations of flowers have taken over my backyard....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Mother Teresa's Unconditional Love

- Mother Teresa’s Unconditional Love The book, One Heart Full of Love, is a combination of speeches and interviews featuring Mother Teresa given during the 1970’s and early 1980’s. It’s very obvious to me that Mother Teresa was a very simple woman. Each of the chapters in the book covers virtually the same information. The stories discussed in her speeches were all very similar. She seemed to use the same stories but add a little different twist depending on the crowd she was addressing. I really don’t know if the “twist” was to keep the stories fresh in her mind or to appease a given congregation....   [tags: Mother Tesera Biography Charity]

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Unconditional Love

- Unconditional Love Love is extremely precious. With all the commitments and contracts and vows made, love continues to be precious. Asha Bandele, the author of and as The Prisoner's Wife: A Memoir, realizes that no matter if she is suspended from school or divorces her husband or disappoints her parents, love will conquer and triumph over hardships and mistakes. Asha was not a deprived child growing up in New York. She was able to attend respectable schools, live in a nuclear home, and have exposure to "the arts" (25)....   [tags: Papers]

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Unconditional Love

- Unconditional Love My mother birthed me in twelve minutes. Mine was the seventh body to pass through her womb in ten years. She said I was born hungry and happy - a chubby smiling baby girl. I am surrounded by faces and touched by hands, cooed at and kissed. I am cradled in the tiny baby holder my dad built so that my mom could cook with me on the counter top. In the afternoons, when my older siblings come home from school, I am passed around; each takes their turn with me, trying to get me to giggle and smile....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]

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Deception and Unconditional Love in King Lear

- Ten years ago, as a little girl, fairy tale was the most favourit kind of my reading. The happy ending in every fairy tale made me enjoyable very much. Sometimes, I got some meaningful lessons for myself from the story I had read. To some extent, like a fairy tale, King Lear by William Shakespeare also brings back to me the memories of those days, that is overwhelmed by the story about King and princesses. However, it is obviously not a fairy tale because of its tragic ending and its profound philosophies of life....   [tags: European Literature]

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Unconditional Love in E.B. White's Charlotte's Web

- Unconditional Love in E.B. White's Charlotte's Web In fantasy like Charlotte's Web, the animals are true to their natures, yet similar to people. They think and worry and love and hurt and laugh and needle one another as people do. In Charlotte's Web, human truths of friendship and love are revealed. I strongly agree with the statement that Charlotte is truly the ideal role model of unconditional love and will support my stand by highlighting Charlotte's selfless acts, contrasting her with Templeton, showing why he is the complete opposite of her, comparing her with other models of love such as Fern, Mrs....   [tags: English Literature White Charlotte's Web Essays]

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The Theme of Unconditional Love in William Shakespeare's Sonnet 130

- The Theme of Unconditional Love in William Shakespeare's Sonnet 130 'Sonnet 130' sounds as if it is mocking all of the other poems of Shakespeare's era. Love poems of this time period made women out to be superficial goddesses. 'Sonnet 130' takes the love poem to a deeper, more intimate level where looks are no longer important and it is inner beauty that matters. Shakespeare paints this picture using a wonderful combination of metaphors and a simile. He starts the poem out with a simile comparing his mistress' eyes to the sun....   [tags: Papers William Shakespeare Sonnet 130 Essays]

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Unconditional Love in Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises

- In the novel The Sun Also Rises, written by Ernest Hemingway the main character makes a decision to introduce the woman he loves to a young bull fighter. Jake makes this decision very much against the will of his friends, but in doing so he pleases  Brett.  Jake does this because he is unconditionally committed to Brett, and is willing to do whatever necessary to bring her happiness, even if it is only temporary.             Jake's first reaction to the news that Brett is interested in meeting and spending time with Romero is one of negativity....   [tags: The Sun Also Rises Essays]

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The Limits of Sympathy in Kafka’s The Metamorphosis

- ... The father’s reaction to Gregorꞌs altered appearance runs parallel to the motherꞌs. Kafka describes him as having a "hostile expression… as if to drive Gregor back into his room" (Kafka, 14) but then follows up with him " [hiding] his eyes with his hands, and [sobbing] with heaves of his powerful chest" (Kafka, 14) within the same sentence. These results in a sharp contrasting effect being produced between the father’s emotions, as the first illustrates disgust while the second sympathy. In the beginning of these few moments, the father is thus left practically in a paralyzed state as he isn’t sure which one of the two emotions to act upon before finally, choosing neither....   [tags: transformation, gregor, unconditional love]

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The Impact of a Traumatic Event

- ... A call from his mother is an act of love towards her son. Not only does Gogol not see this, but feels that this unnecessary phone call is an embarrassment on his part. Oftentimes, I feel this way about my mother as well. As she stays at home full time, I am used to being dropped off and picked up by car, rather than finding my own means of transportation. Since I am so accustomed to this lifestyle, I always assume that she will drive me to and from different places on time. However, when I find myself waiting for longer than usual for my mom to pick me up, I feel agitated....   [tags: children, parents, unconditional love]

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Love And Unconditional Friendliness As Fundamental Human Ethics

- Like the Buddha, Christ regards love and unconditional friendliness as fundamental human ethics. The central notion of love and unconditional friendliness is both implicit and explicit in the Christian Bible and in the life of Jesus. Jesus explains that love is God and God is love; therefore, everything that God creates—humans, nature, animals, etc.—is love . In his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus teaches the principle of the Golden Rule, in which he discusses the importance of love through unconditional friendliness....   [tags: Buddhism, Christianity, Jesus, Nirvana]

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Unconditional Planetary Love

- Over the years, the Earth’s atmosphere has been exposed to many man-made products and pollutants, and has incurred detrimental effects in return. The ozone layer is suffering severe damage from the gasses that are emitted from cars, factories, aerosol sprays and much more. “Fossil fuels are the single largest of atmospheric pollution; when burnt, they release in the air particle matter, carbon monoxide and dioxide, oxides of nitrogen and sulfur, and metal compounds” (Our Planet). There are many things that can be done, to reduce the negative effects which are now occurring....   [tags: Environmental Issues, Alternative Energy]

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God’s Unconditional Love vs. God’s Unending Anger

- Everyone must accept God as their savior or they will go to hell. This is a very familiar message that is preached by Christian religious leaders in places of worship around the world. As simple as this message may seem, the way it is delivered to the people makes all the difference in either turning them into believers, or scaring them away from religion altogether. John Winthrop and Jonathan Edwards were both religious leaders that lived centuries before the present time. They shared the same goal in persuading people into Christianity, yet differed greatly in the way they chose to develop their sermons....   [tags: Religion ]

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True Love Cannot Be Broken: Desiress's Baby by Kate Chopin

- “Désirée’s Baby” by Kate Chopin is the epitome of amazing love. This story can be compared to “The Story of an Hour”, as well as “The Storm”. However, rather than highlight her character’s sexuality or internal emotional conflicts, Chopin manages to make a gradual impact on Desiree’s strength, courage, and pride; elements that made me fall in love with the story of a woman who is a victim of assumptions, lies, and racism. Unconditional love is the predominant characteristic that allows both Desiree and her baby to survive her husband’s narrow-minded personality, and indirectly allows them to escape a cruel reality....   [tags: unconditional, mother, passion]

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Unconditional Giving in Shel Silverstein's "The Giving Tree"

- The act of unconditional giving is an attribute that many cultures hold up as the highest form of love. The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein, is a classic childhood book that illustrates the selfless act of unconditional giving which manifests as unconditional love, between a tree and a boy. Giving by the tree, to the boy, begins in the boy's childhood and continues on until he is an old man. This story is representative of the relationship between mother and child. The story opens with the young boy playing while the tree "gives" to the boy her shade and branches....   [tags: Giving Tree, Shel Silverstein,]

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What is the Definition of True Love?

- "I wanna love you and treat you right; I wanna love you every day and every night: We'll be together with a roof right over our heads; We'll share the shelter of my single bed; We'll share the same room, yeah. - for Jah provide the bread. Is this love - is this love - is this love - Is this love that I'm feelin'?"--- Bob Marley. Bob Marley wrote and sang about love just like hundreds of people before him. His idea of true love was sharing with someone in order to meet the basic needs and spiritual way of life....   [tags: essay on love]

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What is love? Is It Real?

- What is love. That question instantly brings to mind several different songs and books. We live in a culture where love and inadvertently sex is in almost everything. The entertainment culture portrays love as being all about sex and infatuation. They also make love look like it is about what another person can give you, and not what you can mutually give to one another. Is that what love is actually about. Webster’s Dictionary describes love as being a strong affection (“Love”). A strong affection is still a vague description....   [tags: sex, eros love, agape love]

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The Many Ways to Love

- Love is the most powerful of all magic. It brings hope, beauty, unity, and joy into ones life. Also, it brings pain and heartache if not nurtured, or if neglected. There are different types of love for example the love for your parents and children, which is unconditional, but sometimes complicated. Then there is the kind for lovers and friends, which are built on getting to know a person and accepting people for who they are. Regardless of the kind of love, it is still powerful and emotionally linked....   [tags: love, relationships, ]

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Love Has Many Definitions

- What is love. Webster defines love as “a strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties <maternal love for a child> (2): attraction based on sexual desire: affection and tenderness felt by lovers (3): affection based on admiration, benevolence, or common interests <love for his old schoolmates>.” Love comes in many forms. Unconditional love, the love of a mother for her child, romantic love, the love for your partner and passion or lust, a more sexual emotion towards a person....   [tags: essay on love]

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Different Forms Of Expressing Love

- ... Hayden then mentions that “with cracked hands that ached from labor in the weekday weather made banked fires blaze. No one ever thanked him” (3-5). His father is doing hard, physical labor every day, which explains for his cracked hands. This is how the father shows his appreciation and love for his family, instead of hugs and kisses. Even though he does his best to provide for his family and does whatever to make them happy, no one even acknowledged how much he contributed or thanked him for it....   [tags: Love, Greek words for love, Family, Marriage]

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Different Meaning Of The Word Love

- ... Friendships include sharing time and love for one another, but that love can also end because of numerous reasons. Not only does the love for friendships end, but the love people share with their other halves also may not last forever. The last type of main love we all engage in is relationship love. No matter how young a person starts engaging in a relationship, as time continues, people grow up and change, realizing that the relationship they had with someone a year ago may not be the same type of relationship they want in the present day....   [tags: Love, Interpersonal relationship, Friendship]

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Plato 's Views On Love

- ... People becomes more beautiful to each other as they learn each other’s personalities and their internal beauties. Eryximachus agrees with Phaedrus 's two views on love except he says love exists outside the hearts of men and is nature-like and godlike. He says that one should focus more on heavenly love than common love because it is the moral good. Eryximachus said "it is the Love whose fulfilment lies in virtuous, restrained, and moral behaviour from both gods and men who has the greatest power, and is the source of all our happiness....   [tags: Love, Human, Plato, Romance]

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Love And Marriage : A Discussion

- Love and Marriage – A discussion Love and marriage have been intertwined throughout history, sometimes in the most basic ways and some other times in the most bizarre and outright ridiculous. We focus on the effects of globalization so acutely, that the changing faces of love and marriage are sometimes not observed. Though the change is subtle, it is certainly present. Coontz (2005) describes traditional marriage to be as vital as getting a job. In retrospect, it is hard to comprehend that those who did not marry were considered sinners....   [tags: Love, Marriage, English-language films]

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Different Styles Of Love As Well As All The Aspects That Are Incorporated Into Love

- ... 96-98). Dixon explains that a person’s idea of love depends on their experiences with their parents. She also explains that men and women tend to express their love in different way where women are more communicative and men are more about action. She to also gives different loves styles that people portray and also how these styles can create conflict with a partner who portrays one different from your own Dixon 2007, pg. 46-50) I find the different styles of love to be very interesting as well as because I can see myself in a few of them I also think that arranged marriages are really interesting....   [tags: Love, Interpersonal relationship, Marriage]

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Lasting Love Requires Chemistry and Commitment

- Little girls dream about love. Young girls long to be loved. Maturing young women desire love. Actually, from the womb to the grave the need to be loved is a craving that must be satiated. Love can be an ever eluding force to be reckoned with. In contrast, love can capture a heart in a moment and last a lifetime. Love can be found in the imaginary world of fairy tales. However, love takes on a whole new dimension when one views it through the lens of reality. True love can last a lifetime. Little girls begin to watch fairy tale stories pertaining to love long before they can ever really understand such a thing....   [tags: Relationships Love Gender Roles]

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How Love Is Portrayed By William Shakespeare

- When given an assignment in love I presumed that it wouldn 't be difficult to understand. Yet love is so complex it has different meaning and it can be said in different tones which give it a stronger or lesser effect. Love is defined as strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties, but it can also be defined as attraction based on sexual desire. So to find the different views on how love is portrayed I used several sources to help narrow down the true meaning of love. The goal was not only to get several sources, but also to get several age groups so my first source is an interview I had with my grandparents....   [tags: Love, Interpersonal relationship]

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The Greatest Of These Is Love

- "And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love." (1 Corinthians 13:13) No matter how anointed we are in our preaching, teaching, evangelizing, ministering, etc ... there is no greater evidence of our knowledge of God than how we LOVE one another. Love comes from God and everyone who loves has been born of God and knows Him. (1 John 4:7) The indwelling of God's love in us perfects our human character. Without it, we have no foundation on which to build our Christian lives....   [tags: God's Love for Mankind]

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All Paths Lead to Love in the Practice of Meditation

- All Paths Lead to Love The path which one chooses to follow is unique and often idiosyncratic in comparison to those around them. In the novel, Siddhartha, by Herman Hesse, the young protagonist quickly separated himself from the path of his brethren in search of his own destiny. Much is similar in Geshe Michael Roach’s Meditation and Jess Row’s For You, where the main characters of both short stories escape their comfort zones in search for answers to their own eternal questions. Throughout the three pieces, it is observed that the characters had trouble finding their paths....   [tags: Siddhartha, novels, love, meditation]

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On the Categories of Love in Toni Morrison’s Literature

- Most People tend to misconstrue the true meaning of love. They have a generalized ideology that love is all about having a romantic affair with the opposite gender. A scripture from the Holy Bible states that “ Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs” (1 Corinthians 13: 4-5). Love is a complex and complicated feeling; therefore, it is categorized in diverse forms....   [tags: opposite gender, bible, phileo love]

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Analysis Of Raymond Carver 's `` What We Talk About When We Talking About Love ``

- In Raymond Carver’s “What We Talk about When We Talk about Love,” Mel McGinnis’ occupation as a cardiologist, a physician that mends broken hearts, stands in stark contradiction to his claim to understanding the workings of the heart as it pertains to loving and being loved. The discord between healing his patient’s hearts and his inability to recognize his own malady of heart is exaggerated by how he deals with the relationship of Ed and Terri, as well as that of the elderly accident victims and his ex-wife Marjorie....   [tags: Love, Marriage, Greek words for love]

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My Dear And Loving Husband By Anne Bradstreet And True Love

- ... If ever man were loved by wife, then thee; if ever wife was happy in a man” (1-3). This specifies that the relationship that she has with her husband is bonded forever when they find happiness in each other beyond their desires, wishes, and needs which grows from understanding and caring for each other. She believes that the deepest opposition to love is love itself because what love must always do to anyone who feels it and it deepens when it happens from two soul’s equal understanding without any provision, since true love shouldn’t have any condition which is doubtless and spiritual....   [tags: Love, Marriage, Emotion, Human sexuality]

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Love is Love

- Homosexuality expresses a desire for the same respect, love, and commitment that is shared within heterosexual committed, relationships today. Through time, sexuality has been pulled back in forth, both with the government as well as with religion. The strict boundaries that are placed upon what homosexuals can and can not do are destroying their lives. There is a constant desire for acceptance, among those whom are against homosexual love, which decreases the availability for equal rights amongst homosexuals....   [tags: Sexual Issues]

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Torn and Confused, but I love You

- Dear Michael, Love has taught me and has changed me since we've met. I knew you were the only man I have ever really loved and the only man I ever wanted to be with for the rest of my life. From the start I could see us together and I could hear my heart say, "I am going to marry him". I was shocked, but I was happy. Then my head and ego got in the way and my false pride took over and I played games. I began to see all the things about you that I wanted to change. False pride made me feel afraid that you did not love me and this caused me to feel insecure....   [tags: Love Letters Dating Email Relationships]

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The Uncertainty of Happiness in Anton Chekhov's About Love

- In Anton Chekov's "About Love" Alekhin also known as Pavel Konstantinovich shares a story within a story about his one true love Anna Alekeevna with Burkin, the high school teacher and Ivan Inanovich, the veterinary surgeon. The story shares how he and Anna grew to share an unconditional love for each other. The two sacrificed their love for each other for the happiness of others since Anna was already married and had two children. Later on in his life, Alekhin realizes that he had missed his one chance of true love, when he had the chance they should have sacrificed everything and attempted to live a happy life together....   [tags: About Love Essays]

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Love Between a Parent and Child in After Making Love We Hear Footsteps

- Love Between a Parent and Child in After Making Love We Hear Footsteps There are several different definitions for the word love. Love is a simple four-letter word, with a multitude of caring and feeling behind it. There is a difference between loving somebody and being in love with somebody. The love between two best friends or between a husband and wife are the types of love that people want to last forever. However, there are no guarantees that it will last forever. Furthermore, the love between family members and the love between a parent and child is the kind of love that will last a life time....   [tags: After Making Love Hear Footsteps Galaway Kinnell]

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George Hervert's Poem: Love(3)

- George Hervert's Poem: Love(3) The poem, Love(3), by George Herbert is a dialogue between Love personified and a sinner who feels unworthy to receive forgiveness of sin and unconditional love. Love speaks in a welcoming tone and exhorts the sinner to receive an invitation for dinner. The sinner is reluctant, lamenting past guilt and present sin, but through Love’s gentle persuasion finally accepts the invitation and eats. The poem is a beautiful, intimate demonstration of the unconditional love bestowed upon a sincere penitent sinner....   [tags: Poetry Poetic Love George Hervert Essays]

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Infatuation Vs. Shakespeare 's Love

- Infatuation vs. In Love Is one in love, or infatuated with the idea of being in love. Many people confuse actually being in love because they are so blinded by the idea of what a love even is. In fact, the majority of adolescent relationships are not a real love; although many teenagers like to swear they are in love with one another. How do these two emotional states compare and contrast each other in the results of affection given and received in a relationship. What is the final outcome of a loving relationship and an infatuated puppy love....   [tags: Emotion, Love, Interpersonal relationship, Lust]

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The Dynamics, Importance and Effects of Friendship

- The Dynamics, Importance and Effects of Friendship The theme of personal relationship is broad and complex and from the two attributes it derives its power and meaning. The close connection between people emanates from bonds and interactions that grow gradually and develop to mutual experiences. However, they are not absolutely static. They keep changing with change of behavior, the situation at hand and eventually evolve. Personal relationships are highly dynamic, and for people to enjoy the benefits, they must be ready to make sacrifices, employ a few skills to keep the fire burning, gather information, practice to do what a particular relationship demands and get social support if needed....   [tags: unconditional and unrelenting support]

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Love In The Bible

- What then is love. Over the years, society has pondered this question only to arrive to different answers. Who then deserves to be love. Some people love only those who are easy to love. Others, love people who they know will reciprocate their love. According Eagle Vision Ministry, there are different kinds of love: Storge love (love of a parent to child), Eros love (physical love), Phileo love (friendship love), and Agape love (God’s love). Agape love is a unique love that has nothing to do with emotional attachments....   [tags: The Bible]

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning's How Do I love thee?

- Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "How Do I love thee?" This poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning is one of many she penned for her husband Robert Browning. Using the basic form of an Italian sonnet with its fourteen lines and strict rhyme scheme - she manages to produce a surprisingly passionate poem. The poet begins with the question, "How do I love thee?"-and it is this which sets the mood of the sonnet, as she tries to quantify, and articulate the depth of her feelings towards her husband. She uses biblical references and religious similes throughout the verse, comparing and equating her love to be as unconditional and pure -as like unto God's....   [tags: Browning How Love Thee Essays Papers]

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What Is Love?

- “I love you.” These three small words have such a powerful meaning. Love is something for which every human since the beginning of time has searched. From the quest for the perfect guy or girl, to yearning for acceptance, the search goes back to the individual’s desire for love. The dilemma is that love has become hackneyed and cliché. People fling around the word love as if it is nothing when in reality love is such a powerful word. People use the word love when in reality they should be using the word lust or infatuation....   [tags: Poetry Analysis ]

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God's Unconditional Grace

- God has a plan for all of his children which involves grace. Grace is forgiveness and the only real grace comes from God. God’s grace is offered to everyone no matter what his or her religion, or lack thereof. He reveals it when he is ready and in different ways. The real obstacle is whether or not the offered grace is realized and accepted. In “The River” by Flannery O’Connor a clueless child, Harry, is offered grace. He is clueless to what is going on, but he knows he is not content in the life he lives now....   [tags: Grace, Forgiveness, Plan. Children]

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The Pros and Cons of Love

- There are many different kinds of love, as well as many different feelings associated with being in love. How we express these feeling, as well as the behavior love evokes when felt towards a person is how to recognize the good and bad sides of love. Love is an emotion that a person feels inside, and one that is so overwhelming sometimes we feel as though we may burst, and this is a good side of love. However, some types of love can hurt. Expressions of love, when displayed in a negative way, then become a bad side of love....   [tags: Pro Con Essays]

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Analysis Of ' A Simple Love Story '

- Andrea Hoyt American Literature Period 4 5. 5.15 “A Simple Love Story”: An analysis of love throughout To Kill a Mockingbird Love is defined as “an intense feeling of deep affection” or “a person or thing that one cares for deeply. ” Frank Sinatra, a famous American singer, once acclaimed, “A simple ‘I love you’ is worth more than money”. Sometimes love doesn’t need to be said because it is felt. Some people feel love through nature, their friends, family, books, or even God. From this novel the reader can point out many distinct genre’s of love....   [tags: To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, Truman Capote]

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Love in A Midsummer Night's Dream

- In much of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, it appears that, as Bottom the Weaver says, ‘reason and love keep little company’. However, in some cases, this is not true. Francis Bacon once said that ‘it is impossible to love, and to be wise.’ There are many instances in A Midsummer Night’s Dream when this is reflected; for instance when Lysander and Demetrius both suddenly start loving Helena – but perhaps most notably when Titania falls in love with Bottom the Weaver, (calling him ‘as wise as [he is] beautiful’), once he has been turned into an ass which even his friends, the other Mechanicals, run away from....   [tags: William Shakespeare]

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The Mastery of Love by Don Ruiz

- Chapter one, entitled “The Wounded Mind,” is about people’s emotional wounds. All humans are mentally sick. That illness called fear. People afraid to be who they are. If someone says something bad to a person, he/she will take it personally and it would be hurtful. To protect that emotional wounds people create a big “denial system” which helps us to become a perfect liar. Sometime we lie to protect ourselves from the pain. Daniel system is a wall of fog that blinds us from seeing the truth, and it lets us pretend that everyone believes what we want them to believe about us....   [tags: fear, freedom, emotional wounds]

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Animal Adoption, the Price of Love

- ... Even though the below chart shows that animals in Los Angeles County the dog intake (Fig 1, Wahl, 2014) from 2009-2014 has stayed steady and in (Fig 2, Wahl, 2014) shows that from 1997-2013 euthanized animal is on the decline. Benefits of Adopting Animals that are lucky to enjoy adoption from a local shelter come with a guarantee that they are healthy, they have been spayed/neutered, and that they have a well behaved temperament. In addition, if the pet does not work out, many shelters offer an exchange program, within a certain amount of days....   [tags: pets, animal euthanization]

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Love: Selfish or Selfless?

- St. Paul states, “For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known” (Holy Bible: Placed by the Gideons, 1 Corinthians 13:12). Facing a mirror reveals one’s true self because looking at a reflection is looking into one’s soul. It is self-realization that shows the selfish or selfless love resting within one’s heart. For many centuries and still today, love is described as one of the best feelings on earth, a feeling that has brought about joy, as well as heartbreak....   [tags: CS Lewis, The Four Loves, Literature]

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Blind Love

- Blind love can be a hurtful experience, or one that is misleading. One example of blind love is being in love with someone who will provoke you into doing things you would not normally do. While most people have certain standards which they live by, being in love with someone to the point that they influence you to go against what you believe in is a result of blind love. Being in love can often persuade a person to do anything in order to make the other happy, or to keep from loosing them. It makes one incapable of distinguishing right from wrong, and often the person who is the recipient of this kind of blind love will take advantage of this circumstance....   [tags: personal relationships]

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Love's Three Forms

- The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return (Moulin Rouge, scene 1). When most people think of love they think of a young couple kissing, sex, a child, or even a beloved pet. Love is according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, strong affection, warm attachment, a beloved person (436). The definition is correct, but so vague it does not mention the different types of love that exist. Most people don’t know that there are three. What are they. They are unconditional love, romantic love, and passion or lust....   [tags: Human Emotions]

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Unending Love

- Unending Love A mother's love is unconditional and everlasting. In Robert Harling's play Steel Magnolias, Harling shows how the mother daughter relationship that M'lynn and Shelby share is the strongest relationship in the play. Harling also proves how that even though a person may die, the feelings others have of that person do not die with them, in fact, in some cases they may actually grow. To love unconditionally one must be there for another person no matter what the situation is, or how painful it might be....   [tags: Literary Review]

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Love and Rejection in T.S. Eliot’s The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

- Despite the different eras in which they were written, T.S. Eliot’s The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock centers on a theme of love and rejection similar to that in Robert Browning’s The Last Ride Together. In The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, it is unclear whether Prufrock is really in love with the person he is speaking to in the poem, and this reflects the sensibilities that came with modernist poetry. Prufrock is afraid of rejection, and is on the edge about whether or not to confess his love....   [tags: victorian era, Robert Browning]

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Feeling Love and Affection vs Tolerance

- Late one afternoon, a couple sat quietly in the sofa of their matrimonial home. The wife was an active blogger, so her tablet was in hand; however, her husband worked during the day, at a downtown office, so his hands were pretty much empty. She thought to herself, he must really not want me blogging tonight, because he has been poking me for the last half an hour and telling me to look at him. Of course, he was being annoying, but she didn’t say that either. The husband, seeing the look on her face, said he was sorry for annoying her with his friendship; hence, retreating to the most ridiculous statement that required an “I’m listening” answer, all instead of just telling him to stop....   [tags: Emotions, Affection]

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A Comparison Of Love In Othello And King Lear

- What is love. Love is the pinnacle of all emotions, it is the epicenter for life, what is the point of living if there is no love, ironically love is the cause of many a down fall. William Shakespeare has single handedly captured and embraced this necessary feeling and has allowed us to view in on it through the characters in his two masterpieces, Othello and King Lear. Three different kinds of loves explored in both Othello and King Lear, sharing both similarities and differences are a love for a significant other, the love a father holds to his children, and the love a daughter holds for her father....   [tags: Compare Contrast Othello King Lear Shakespeare]

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Why We Love

- Webster’s dictionary defines love as “affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties.” Wikipedia, however, defines love as “an emotion of strong fondness and personal attachment. In philosophical context, love is a virtue representing all of human kindness, compassion, and affection.” Who’s right. Love is an abstract noun, meaning that there is no concrete form of love. Therefore, who’s to say who’s right or wrong. Love can only be defined by the people who claim to fall into it. But, researchers can investigate the reasons behind it....   [tags: Psychology]

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Desdemona’s Undying Love

- Desdemona’s Undying Love In relationships, there cannot be two headstrong characters; someone has to take the backseat every once in a while. Desdemona’s objective throughout this play was to be the strong woman that we know her as, but to preserve her unconditional love for Othello. In the beginning of Othello, the reader sees that Desdemona is a character who is prepared to stand up for the things she believes in. Shakespeare writes, “My noble father, I do perceive here a divided duty. To you I am bound for life and education....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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An Analysis of Wininger's Views on Maternal Love

- It seems as though the only kind of love that is genuinely unconditional, asking nothing in return and sometimes getting nothing in return, is maternal love. Otto Wininger’s description of maternal love is that of an instinctive and natural impulse. He reaches his conclusion solely by comparing a human mother to that of an animal. However Wininger’s analogy that “maternal love cannot be truly represented as resting on moral grounds” is not plausible, for human mothers are very well able to reason and make decisions rather based on their own individual morals....   [tags: Wininger]

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Love and Betrayal in Christina Rossetti's Poems

- Two of Christina Rossetti's narrative poems, Goblin Market and The Prince's Progress, feature themes of women in love who appear betrayed — at a number of levels and with varying effects — by false ideals, false lovers, or what is in the background of betrayal by false ideals and false lovers: innocence; specifically, innocence as a deceptive ignorance to flexibility. The results of shortened expectations and heightened consciousness among Rossetti's victims of love vary greatly. Some become malicious....   [tags: Literature]

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The Ideal Family Is the One Where There Is Love

- Most people define the ideal family as a group of people who are related by blood, share the same last name, and have unconditional love for one another. According to, family is “any group of persons closely related by blood, as parents, children, uncles, aunts, and cousins.” Normally, this idea of the ideal family is what comes to most people’s minds but some people are adopted into families. People have their own belief of what an ideal family is like. I believe that the ideal family is a group of people who don’t necessarily have to share the same blood but are happy together, respect, and care for one another....   [tags: personal reflections and opinion]

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Love For Life

- Raised with strict family values, I cringe to phrases like, "I can’t wait to get my children out of the house," or "As soon as my children reach 18, they are on their own." I become shocked to discover that age defines the release date in which children are no longer supported by parents. Children are the offspring to which parents give birth to in life. Regardless of the age, an individual will always be a child to one’s mother or father and should receive support until, and beyond, the age of being released into the world....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Expository on Love

- Love. Not For Everyone Poets and philosophers for centuries have been trying to answer the question, what is love. Love has an infinite number of definitions, which vary from one person to another. Love cannot be measured by any physical means. One may never know what true love is until love it- self has been experienced. What is love. A four letter word that causes a person to behave in a way that is out of character. What is love. A first kiss, childhood crushes on a teacher or friend’s mom. What is love....   [tags: Expository Essays]

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The Theme of Love in Poetry

- The Theme of Love in Poetry Love is a very common theme in poetry. By closely examining the ways in which two poets(one must be pre 1900) have explored this theme. Show what you have found to be similar/different in their handling of this theme. Many people have different views on love. Many of these views throughout the ages are explored through poetry as love has much contemporary relevance in today's society as it ever did before. Two love poems I read which inspired me were Shakespeare's 'Sonnet 116' and Carol-Anne Duffy's 'Valentine'....   [tags: Papers]

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Beauty and the Beast

- What pops into your mind when you hear the word ‘love?’ Do you think of a person who loved you or someone you’ve admired. We, as human beings, are made to love. We even distinguish love as family, romantic, and selfless love: also known as, storge, eros, and agape. As much as we desire to love others, we hold high values of being loved by others. Humanity’s great appreciation towards love is so great, it is even portrayed in fairy tales. Little Mermaid is a story about a mermaid who exchanges her beautiful voice to human legs so that she could be with her true love, Sleeping Beauty is a story about a prince who strives to fight against the evil witch in order to save his true love from a dee...   [tags: Philosophy, Love]

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The Power of Love in Death of a Salesman

- The Power of Love in Death of a Salesman    Love is one of the most confusing emotions that one can experience. It is simple yet complicated, unconditional but demanding, overused and unique. It is hard to explain what its means to feel love, to feel loved, or to be in love, however, there are aspects of love that are easily expressed. For example, ones unquestionable affection to the one they love, or the hardships and sacrifice that is endured for loved ones, and the underlying fact that once it is experienced it is not easily dismissed....   [tags: Death Salesman essays]

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Displays of Love in Endymion and Tamburlaine

- Comparing and contrasting the kinds of love represented by Tellus and Endymion in Lyly’s comedy of errors, Edymion, and the love between Tamburlaine and Zenocrate in Marlowe’s Tamburlaine show similarities where passions drive lovers to capture suitors, but differ in one couple desiring the unattainable, and another taking action to attain. Love is presented in different ways, specifically in Lyly’s play the love is unattainable and unreal, as opposite in Marlowe’s play the love is attainable....   [tags: Marlowe Lily]

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Why Romeo and Juliet's Love is Real and Not an Infatuation

- True love is one of the most genuine, not to mention precious feelings in the world. In Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, a pair of lovers denotes the strength of true love and it's ability to overcome nearly all obstacles. However, this kind of love is a rarity due to it's pureness but somehow many cheap imitations are still mistaken for real love. Romeo and Juliet's love is authentic and by no means an infatuation seeing as first of all, they both risk their lives to see each other and would rather die than be separated....   [tags: william shakespeare, death]

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Love in Anne Bradstreet's "To my Dear and Loving Husband"

- “LOVE”, a simple word with four letters, sounds very simple but has a vast and deep meaning. From the very ancient time till today there have always been a topic called “Love” in every work of literature. Even in the ancient Biblical times, we see “Love” carried a deeper meaning. Several chapters and verses from the Holy Book are the evidence that “Love” existed during that period too, be it God’s love to all His people, or a man’s love to his wife, or vice-versa. The book of Genesis not only talks about the history and origin of the world, but also talks about several things on “Love”....   [tags: Anne Bradstreet, my Dear and Loving Husband, marri]

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Fake Love In The Truman Show

- Truman Paper The term fake love in itself does not make that much sense. How can someone express love, which is feeling that provides unconditional caring and commitment, and then call it fake. The only real way to have fake love for someone is to not love at all, but just to think you love. In the movie The Truman Show there are many individuals whom exhibit an illusion of love for the main character, Truman. At the beginning of the movie many of the characters appear to have genuine love for Truman....   [tags: essays research papers]

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True Love in The Merchant of Venice

- True Love in The Merchant of Venice         Among the various themes presented in the Merchant of Venice the most important is the nature of true love.  The casket plot helps illustrate the theme.  Through a variety of suitors the descriptions of the caskets, Shakespeare shows the reader how different people view true love. He also shows what is most important to the suitors and in some cases it is not true love, but material things and outward appearance.         The first suitor who tries to win Portia's hand is the Prince of Morocco.  When he first arrives in Belmont, the reader can see how arrogant the prince is, He says, "The best regarded virgins of our clilme/ h...   [tags: Merchant of Venice Essays]

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning: Life, Love, and Poetry

- Elizabeth Barrett Browning was a remarkable woman who was deeply interested in reading grand pieces of literature and began writing her own literature at a very young age. She was very privileged to be financially independent, but also very unfortunate to have suffered an accident which resulted in great physical disadvantages. The combination of both, however, gave her the needed time to write her poetry. She fell in love with Robert Browning, a great admirer of her work, and, during their courtship, Barrett Browning wrote a series of poems, “Sonnets from the Portuguese,” as a reflection of her feelings for him....   [tags: Authors]

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Is Love Good or Evil?

- Is Love Good or Evil. Love is an emotion we all experience in our lives. The feeling is amazing for most people and not so wonderful for others. As I searched for the word love in the dictionary, the definition explained it to be a strong affection and warm attachment for another person. I believe the word love has a more intense and deeper meaning than any dictionary is able to represent. It does little to define what love is beyond the eyes of the person who actually experiences it. A person that is familiar with the term learns the emotions and feelings that develops throughout the relationship....   [tags: Papers]

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For All Eternity: Comparing Arranged Marriages to Marriages for Love

- “For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part”. These words, or similar, are spoken as a result of a traditional love marriage; granted at the time of the marriage, a spouse cannot leave the opposing spouse unless death is the cause. Nowadays that is not the leading cause in the separation of a couple. The American Psychological Association stated that 40 to 50 percent of traditional American marriages lead to divorce whereas 1.1 percent of arranged Indian marriages lead to divorce....   [tags: lasting relationships, divorce]

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Perversions of Capitalism in Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story

- Capitalism came into being as a social and economic system when private individuals or corporations--as opposed to the state or classes of people--began to build businesses where the goal was profit motivated for the self-interest of the owner. This is opposed to a socialist system where the business may be owned by the state and/or profiting the state. In an ideal world, it is the economic establishment of the individual right for self-accomplishment. The private individual/corporation succeeds or fails based on its own merits....   [tags: Capitalism, history, Michael Moore, "Capitalism: A]

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Is it Love or Infatuation? Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

- Sometimes what you think is true love, especially when you’re young, might not turn out to be the perfect romance you dreamed of or imagined. William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet tells the story of two young star-crossed lovers, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. They come from two different feuding families, but their unfaltering affection ends with a fair amount of tragedy on both sides. There is no question of their unconditional dedication, but there is one of if this love really just stems from lust....   [tags: tragedy, relationship, lust]

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The Sorrow of War

- What is important to anyone curious is the thought that goes into the title of the book, or translation in this case: The Sorrow of War. It is short and effective, if a little plain, as it exposes the main theme of the book right away while inviting the reader to see how and why. It says what it says: war is bad. War will do nothing but take away everything one knows and loves. War shows the worthless sacrifices of the noble and the virtuous. War forcibly warps human beings into inhuman beasts capable of heinous deeds much like any serial killer....   [tags: The Understanding of Love]

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Unrequited Love

- Unrequited Love The study takes into account the numerous negative effects both on the "Would be Lover," and the "Rejector"(p.377). The negative effects on the "Would be Lover" include, Heartbreak, Anger, and Humiliation, whereas the effects on the "Rejector" also include Anger but also Guilt and Scriptlessness. Unrequited love deals with a social relationship between two people many if not all of the eight overarching themes in social psychology are observable in the behavior of the couples....   [tags: Papers]

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A Comparison of Love in Secrets and Lies and Beloved

- Suffocating Love in Secrets and Lies and Beloved   Each person in today’s society has a different definition of love.  One’s idea of love is determined by his or her experiences, emotions, and influences.  This definition is pondered and revised an infinite number of times throughout one’s life.  The meaning changes as he or she experiences different relationships based on love: parent-child, priest-parishioner, teacher-student, pet-owner.  These relationships alter perspectives on the meaning of love.  Oftentimes, an experience causes a person to incorrectly, or unhealthily, define love;  however, my experiences have caused me to have a healthy and positive definition of love....   [tags: Movie Film comparison compare contrast]

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The Boundaries of Love in the Movie Sense and Sensibility

- The Boundaries of Love in the Movie Sense and Sensibility In the movie Sense and Sensibility, based on the novel by Jane Austen, love knows only the boundaries that are set by each member of each relationship and is only overcome when the love of each couple survives the alterations that life throws at them. At the end of the story mutual love for one another triumphs over even the toughest boundaries faced. These boundaries brought upon by the characters themselves, causes a temporary, even permanent rift in the relationships....   [tags: Papers]

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The Perplexity of Love Demonstrated in Twelfth Night

- Like most fairy tales that commence with "Once upon a time," William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is a romantic comedy where a basic conflict is eventually resolved so that all the protagonists live "happily ever after." Similar to Shakespeare's other romantic comedies, Twelfth Night not only includes conflict resolution, but also a wedding in the final act meant to signify the good fortune that is bestowed on all the central characters at the conclusion of the play. Ultimately love is supposed to conquer all things....   [tags: Comparative Literature]

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