Junk Essay

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Camila Ferrero – 1 Blue Book Entry #1 “The sweetest honey is loathsome in his own deliciousness and in the taste confounds the appetite. Therefore love moderately. Long love doth so. Too swift arrives as tardy as too slow.” (II.vi. 11-15) Love should be handled slowly and patiently; otherwise the relationship won’t end up as expected. Throughout time people have continuously been afraid of not being able to find the one, so they rush the process. This usually leads to damaging effects such as divorce, depression, etc. When I was in 6th grade, one my best friends experienced the divorce of her parents. I remember how she went through a drastic change of character. Realizing that there was something going on with her, I decided to help her. She told me that her parents had fought all their lives, but they have now decided that it would be better if they were split. My friend would overhear fights between her parents in which they would tell each other that they didn’t feel a connection anymore, and that they should of taken their time with their relationship. I tried my best to comfort her, but sadly her parents decided to go separate ways. This event really made me think about my future love life, and how I assume love should be dealt with. In my opinion, the key to long-lasting love is time. Falling in love with someone takes a lot of patience. I believe that before actually deciding to be with someone, you have to truly know who that person is. Romeo and Juliet decided to get married the next day they met, knowing only each other’s name. They rushed into their love without thinking and in a hurry. My parents spent 2 years getting to know each other and learning about themselves before getting married; this has made their love complete and durable. When I get to the point of my life in which I will begin to think about

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