He has a childlike faith that George will always be there for him, a faith that seems justified, given their long history together. George, on the other hand, thinks of Lennie as a constant source of frustration. He has assumed responsibility for Lennie’s welfare and has, several times, been forced to run because of trouble Lennie has inadvertently caused. Life with Lennie is not easy. However, despite George’s frequent bouts of anger and frustration, and his long speeches about how much easier life would be without Lennie, George is clearly devoted to his friend.
Anne knows that God is rewarding and gives gifts to the deserving of it. Even though all this destruction happened to her, her belief in God becomes stronger than ever. She says “In silence ever shall thou lie, Adieu, Adieu, all’s vanity” (line 35-36), and that we have no control over all the small things in this world, rather God is the one who gives us the gift of life that we should be thankful for. In Anne’s next poem, “ To My Dear and Loving Husband”, she describes the love she has for
It is clear Virgil portrays a form of love that has a substantial reverence to country and family, while the love found within the pages of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight presents adoration for self-preservation, specifically for the honor of individual prestige. These attitudes differ drastically, yet they also share some common themes, particularly with the suffering that typically accompanies love. Virgil depicts a tone of sincerity and seriousness right from the start of The Aeneid that escalates throughout the poem. He displays some key themes present in Roman literature, and their view on love in the context of duty and country. Virgil establishes the character of Aeneas, a man whose devotion to his mission overcomes his personal desires.
Instead of them being happy and celebrating with one another, they only thank God, believing that without him, they wouldn’t have survived. Lastly, the Puritans cherish never-ending love. In To My Dear and Loving Husband, Anne Bradstreet wrote, “Then while we live, in love lets so persevere, that when we live no more, we may live ever.” Bradstreet wrote that paradox meaning that even after they stop living on Earth, they would always love each other in Heaven. Even the eternal afterlife is not enough to take their love away. The Puritans have a simple way of life; they would work hard all day, use only what they needed and nothing
He first expresses about how wonderful the relationship between a married man and his wife is. Then he goes on with his children's births and deaths. He symbolizes his children and their children as different parts of nature such as, singing birds and different flowers and their odor. However, in the entire poem he never complaints to God regarding his loses. In fact he praises the Lord and thanks Him when one of his children survives.
In first two lines of the poem talks about the noon time prayer when Poe says “at noon” and finish’s the sentence with “Maria!” Poe’s devotion to god is also shown in the next two lines, where it says, “In joy and woe- in good and ill- Mother of god be with me still!” In these lines Poe is saying that in all the good and bad times he will have, he praises God to be with him, and to help him through his rough times. Lastly, Poe explains how his “grace” to god has led him to the bright things of “thine and thee” , in the seventh line of the poem. It is clear in the poem “Hymn”, that Poe has taken a new bright mentality with the devotion of god. Not only does Hymn explain Poe’s trust in his god, but also his new optimistic mentality of his future. This is clearly shown after signifying his devotion to god in line five, where Poe says that “the hours have flown brightly by, and not a cloud obscured the sky.” When Poe says not a cloud obscured the sky, he means that nothing bad has happened.
That is not the way of God; we should always seek him and love him every day, during the good times as while as the bad time. Also, when loving ourselves only, a sterile love is produces nothing and leads nowhere. In time, we will notice that we cannot survive alone and that God graciously meets our needs. Greed, materialistic, self-pride, is love of self-sake, not sharing , wanting more than others ,when we think of ourselves before anyone else that falls in the category of self-love. 2 Timothy 3:2-5 states: For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, 3 heartless, unappeasable, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not loving good, 4 treacherous, reckless, swollen with conceit, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, 5 having the appearance of godliness, but denying its power.
There is no more liberating experience than the experience of being in love. According to poets and authors, love gives us life; love gives us the power to make others feel special; love makes us feel like we are floating on a cloud of infinite possibilities, and love gives our lives purpose. Maya Angelou writes that without love, we are living meaningless lives, in solitude. To breathe does not mean one is alive. This poem says that we are alive when and only when “love leaves it’s high holy temple and comes into our sight to liberate us into life.” In that instance, our lives that were once meaningless, have meaning, and we become emancipated.
Love gives us memory and that memory bring the smile for us. Don’t miss that river of Love. Because the river of love never comes back, it will leave you sad for your whole life. Spread the river of love from your heart for those who care for us. Floating In Sky With The Peace Of Mind My Mind is Still Now.
Philosophy William Shakespeare was an English poet that had different ways of expressing the feeling of love. It seems his philosophy of love was very basic and clear for us to understand, it’s a more realistic writings than theoretical explanation. He believed that love fix every problem in the relationship. Many of his sonnets basically talk about how love can reconcile all things no matter what the situation. No matter if the relation is good and evil; if in the relationship have lies or always speck with the truth, passion and deception.