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    Love and Lust

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    Love and Lust Love and lust are two very strong words with very strong meanings. In this class we discussed whether or not the two are related. Love and lust are two words that go hand and hand in relationships. They are emotions that are interlocked with one another. Without one it is hard to have the other and it also seems that in order to be in and stay in love, one must desire or lust after their partner. Without that desire, love and the wanting to be with one's partner can fade away.

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    The Blood Lust

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    The Blood Lust My parents met at a party in September, 1975. A month later they left Rhode Island and drove cross-country together in the Volkswagen bus that my mom had bought for the trip. They brought along my mom's dog Sagebrush and two of her friends. Actually, the two friends, the dog, and my mom brought my dad. He wanted a ride out to his friend's place in Ohio, but ended up staying with them all the way to California. My mom's two friends left in California, and my mom and dad ended up

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    concept of Lust Ramayana by R.K. Narayana is an epic tale of the protector god Vishnu in his human form as Rama. Ramayana is not just a story about Rama’s journey to abolish evil but it also deals with conquering the five fold evils and reaching a higher level of one’s own spirituality. Lust is one of the main fold evils and is a very common subject in the epic tale. In many instances and situations, Rama conquers it to save many lives including his own. First, Rama learns about the sin of lust, how people

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    Joyce’s Araby begins as a story about a young boy and his first love, his neighbor referred to in the story as Mangan's sister. However, the young boy soon turns his innocent love and curiosity into a much more intense desire, transforming this female and his journey to the bazaar into something much more intense and lustful. From the beginning, Joyce paints a picture of the neighborhood in which the boy lives as very dark and cold. Even the rooms within his house are described as unfriendly, "Air

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    Lust in Sonnet CXXIX (129)

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    Lust in Sonnet CXXIX (129) A Savage Action Full of Blame - The essences of pure lust and its’ dark side. That is, in a word, what Shakespeare in his Sonnet CXXIX1 describes. His language is full of anger, frustration and self-blaming. A real, emotional, affected language - no flourishes. Shakespeare doesn't write about eternal love, the beauties of a woman or spiritual relations - all themes which we might expect from a classical sonnets. No - he talks about lust and the feeling of being dominated

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    God and the Sea of lust

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    A man and a woman fall in love and make promises to love each other and uphold each other in times of need, to love and to protect each other during whatever storm may crash upon their beach of love and peace. This is what God intended for us. A good husband will give his wife a place to live in this world and a place in his heart; a place that she may call home. He will be held up with her in front of God and will never leave her side. A good husband must trust his wife when he is at work. He must

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    they are distinctly different in many literal and neurological aspects. The different aspects of love and lust are exemplified through “Discovery” by Michael S. Harper, “To His Coy Mistress” by Andrew Marvell, “Emerging Perspectives on Distinctions Between Romantic Love and Desire” by Lisa Diamond, and “How Love and Lust Influence Self-Control” by MinJung Kwon and Youngjee Han. Love and lust, however, are both positive emotions experienced frequently in both males and females. Although they are positive

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    consummation has because of its relationship to divine love. This paper will scrutinize both the love and lust discussed in Indian literature and will argue that ultimately though the carnal love is important to both divine and mundane life, the spiritual love is ultimately the most revered form of love that a man and woman can possess. The first desire that will be looked at is that of the sexual lust that all people, divine and mortal, both feel and often succumb to. This love is found frequently in

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    "They turn casually to look at you, distracted, and get a mild distracted surprise, you're gone. Their blank look tells you that the girl they were fucking is not there anymore. You seem to have disappeared.(pg.263)" In Minot's story Lust you are play by play given the sequential events of a fifteen year old girls sex life. As portrayed by her thoughts after sex in this passage the girl is overly casual about the act of sex and years ahead of her time in her awareness of her actions. Minot's unique

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    have existed as a symbol of lust endlessly. Lust is more than just a sexual desire; it’s a need for pleasure. Even in the bible, John describes lust as “lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life.” Humankind’s psyche is founded up on the idea of having and expressing feelings. Emotions are some of the key motives that influence our actions. However, the abuse and obsession with feelings, especially of pleasure, are what define the sin of lust. Lust, when translated into Latin

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