Love at first sight- Does it exsist??? Do I believe in love at first sight? Unfortunately no I don’t. There is scientific evidence stating that there is love at first sight but I just believe it is lust at first sight and not love. You cannot love a thing which you have no idea about, you may love there looks the way they walk and things like that but you can never actually love them properly, love grows over time of knowing the person and even though they act like the person on their outside they may not be the same person on the inside they may act all hard but actually on the inside they are a big softie who cry’s all the time.
The second problem is that the experience of falling in love is invariably temporary.” To sum it up, Peck says that we fall in love accidently, and only temporarily. To “fall in love” is a false identification of “true love” because it is accidental. We don’t try to fall in love because it is impossible. In some respects (but certainly not all) the act of falling in love is an act of regression. The experience of merging with the loved one has in it echoes from the time when we were merged with our mothers in infancy.
The list goes on I thought love was easy, but when I grew up the fantasy stopped. I soon found out that love is more complicated, there are fights, obsessions, and there isn’t always a happy ending. People confuse obsession for a person of the opposite sex with passionate love, but the two are completely different. Between love and stalking is just a thin line. Love is a healthy emotion between two people that comes in time, after investing feelings, positive and negative experiences all along.
A lustful relationship only involves a physical attraction. Both love and lust show similarities in craving someone in a sensual way. Unlike lust, in love, people invest more emotional ties. Lust carries no emotional attachment, proving the assumption that lust is better than love. With lust, no one has to worry about other people’s feelings being hurt or even a broken heart.
These forces that drive people to behave or feel a certain way are not associated with the positive when dealing with the romantics. Pain and suffering also go along with love and passion. Catherine, Heathcliff and Hindley are very passion driven. Romantic love has several forms in Wuthering Heights but the relationship between Heathcliff and Catherine expresses itself and romanticism the most. Their love expresses the longing to be whole, to give oneself completely yo another and to be loved like they do for an eternity.
The real question is why? The effect of the marriage truthfully does not affect our country; it affects the homosexuals, their loved ones, and those that pay too much attention to the same-sex marriage. Love should be shared with other people whether it is the opposite sex or the same sex. There seems to be a double edged sword when it comes to free will. We are all free to make choices for our own lives, but not be free in our choices of love and marriage.
In John Clare's poem 'First Love' we see love as an instant attraction and he says it was a love 'so sudden.' It also highlights the aspect of unrequited love as the relationship between the poet and the person he loves has never even started. In fact he is hardly noticed as we can see from the rhetorical question 'And when she looked 'what could I ail?'' It is only in his own mind that she even perceived his love for her. ‘She seemed to hear my silent voice And loves appeal to know’ (L19, 20) This depicts love as obsessive and selfish.
Relevance Statement Marriage is a sacred bond which not only involves the couple but also the two families of the bride and the bridegroom respectively. Be it arrange marriage or love marriage, marriage is nothing different for both. Love marriage vs arrange marriage is just a question prevalent in minds of married couples who are not satisfied or are scared to live with an unknown partner for whole life. IV. Preview of Main Points Some of the benefits of arranged marriage are that : (a) It is more stable and successful.
Love is perhaps the most actively sought moral objective of one's life. And though marriage is often thought to be the logical consequence of love, it is Oscar Wilde's contention in his satire, The Importance of Being Earnest, that love begets bliss and marriage thwarts this course of bliss. Algernon Moncrieff spends very little time falling in love and the rest of the time striving toward engagement. Wilde demonstrates through him that once one becomes intent upon achieving a goal, the individual's motivation becomes a matter of action rather than truth. Algernon is no longer driven by a moral objective; instead, he becomes intent upon achieving a societal standard.
It’s hard to capture and understand the one true meaning that love holds, considering the influences of history, music, and media, but it isn’t just a general concept because it comes down to the individual’s emotions. According to George Boas, love is “a moral emotion, by which he seems to mean, at least in part, that love is animated by the same value that underlies morality itself” (592). Society as a whole has completely demolished the idea that one’s values should continue to be respected. Music and media today have stripped the moral views out of love and replaced adoration with a sense of obligation towards intimacy. The background and history underlying the inconsistent definition is sufficiently relied on the difference separating men and women.