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  • Love
    557 words
    Love is Blind: I am sitting at my desk, and suddenly it hits me: a beautiful idea for a new website, that 'one and only' offering to catapult my entrepreneurial fantasies into instant success. I am confident it will work. I know everyone will visit the site. Even my family loves the idea. I invest a good deal of time and a substantial amount of money developing and marketing this website I love, but a year passes and the sole visitor to the site is I. What at first seemed like an exciting, profi...
  • Love In Our Culture
    634 words
    What is this thing called love This simple question begs for an answer. The symptoms of love are familiar enough. A drifting moodiness in ones behavior and thought, the fact that it seems as though the whole universe has rolled itself up into the person of the beloved, something so wonderful that no one on earth has ever felt about a fellow creature before. Love is ecstasy and torment, freedom and slavery. Love makes the world go round. Until recently, scientists wanted nothing to do with it. Th...
  • Claudio And Hero And Bene
    997 words
    The role of romantic love plays a central part in the plot of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. The way in which each character embraces the emotion shows a great deal about who they are, as well as the time in which they lived. Love, as defined by Shakespeare's characters, differs greatly from my own definition. However, the changeable nature of the emotion itself is what allows Claudio, Hero, Bene censored, and Beatrice to interact in a way that is both comical and entertaining. Perhaps th...
  • Vladimir's Obsessive Love For Zinaida
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    First Love: Pathway to Adulthood Love is one of the strongest emotions that a human being can feel. Itc an arise ever so suddenly, spreading a feeling of warm happiness through every inch of a person; like wildfire spreading through a tree. But as the feelings become more intense, the flame of passion can turn into a blazing fire that burns painfully through every vein. A person's first love is especially powerful because it grows from an innocent, na " ive passion. Such was the case for both Vl...
  • Feeling Of Love
    411 words
    Throughout life, we undergo many changes. As time progresses, styles of writing develop new form. However, emotions remain constant. Feelings, which are expressed through writing, can be identified with in the present, as well as the past. Emotions, unlike writing styles, are unable to be controlled. Love is one emotion that may vary in the way it is described, yet remains uniform in the way it is felt. Elizabeth Barrett Browning expresses her innermost thoughts and feelings through her poetry. ...
  • Poets Ability To Feign Love
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    The strength of emotion in Sonnet XX effects the poets ability to express his love; therefore, he trusts his poetry-the written word (or possibly the silent language of the body) -to express love more effectively than his tongue. The strength of the poets emotion is expressed in his fear (I, for fear of trust) exemplified in the lack of trust in himself and in his beloved. Knowing that perfection is difficult or impossible to achieve he attempts and forgets to say The perfect ceremony of love's ...
  • Billy's Lack Of Emotion
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    Powerful Emotion (3) Anyone who reads The Sorrows of Young Werther by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe instantly feels the emotional intensity portrayed by Werther, the protagonist. His speculations about life are indeed unique, especially in modern times when life often goes by quickly without notice. Perhaps that is one of the reasons why his immense emotion strikes a chord with readers as coming from someone crazy or dangerous. Werther's mental state seems incredibly alive at some times while seemi...
  • Feelings Of Love
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    The Love of Lesbos Poetry is a form feelings, thoughts, and opinions. However, many times in writing a poem, the poet reveals much more than just his or her emotions. Society's beliefs and personalities are often portrayed. The poem "He Is More Than A Hero" by Sappho shows that Ancient Greek culture valued of love. The Greek society regarded love as an important, viva rent emotion. "He Is More Than A Hero" accurately depicts the high amount of respect Greek people displayed for feelings of love....
  • Rational Athens
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    A Midsummer Night's Dream: Contrast In Human Mentality The Play: "A Midsummer Night's Dream", by William Shakespeare offers a wonderful contrast in human mentality. Shakespeare provides insight into man's conflict with the rational versus the emotional characteristics of our behavior through his settings. The rational, logical side is represented by Athens, with its flourishing government and society. The wilder emotional side is represented by the fairy woods. Here things do not make sense, and...
  • Yoga And Emotions Hinduism Believes
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    Yoga and Emotions Hinduism believes that yoga has many different paths to enlightenment. Jnanic, Bhakti, Karma, and Raja yoga's are the different paths. They are different paths, but the Hindus believes that they all lead to the same destination, which is spiritual freedom. Yoga not only unites our body with our mind but with our true self or spirit. Yoga's goal is to extinguish the fire of emotions within us. I believe that just by being human, we are enslaved by our emotions, which in turn cha...
  • Dog An Act Of Love And
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    Jerry's Problems In Edward Albee's The Zoo Story, Jerry has trouble distinguishing between emotions of love and anger, because of his unhappy childhood. This is shown repeatedly throughout the story in both is words and actions. His inability to organize his feelings is what ultimately causes his own death. When Jerry tells the story of the dog, he says he first fed the dog hamburgers in order to gain its trust, and allow him free passage throughout his apartment. When this didn t change his rel...
  • More Superficial The Emotion
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    On Love and Hate Historically, extremes in emotion and reason do not often mix. I am thus cautious of attempting to comb through love or hate with reason. My recourses are two: to (yes, using what reason I have) separate intellectual thought from emotion; and to apply as little reason as possible without ceasing to write. It seems reasonable (sorry) to assume that emotion and reason have nothing to do with each other. It also seems very likely that one cannot exist with the other. They seem capa...
  • Real Love
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    hat is love? In spite of all that science and religion have told us, people do not want to understand the true nature of the most potent force in the world. They believe in the Hollywood myth -- - physical beauty and poetic passion, two hearts in stardust beating as one; the chase, the capture and the surrender. All that may well be a thrilling part of attraction and courtship; but it is not and never can be love. Love and a physical embrace become almost synonymous in young minds; both create e...
  • People Fall In Love
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    Love is a concept that may mean many things to many people, but there is one thing the same throughout all ideas of love. People can love other people, animals, or now material objects, but it is all the same thing: love. Giving into their emotions and psychological temptations causes them to fall in love. There are many examples of emotional changes associated with the idea of falling in love. As Thomas Lewis, M.D. states, "Emotions do more than color our sensory world, they are at the root of ...
  • Love
    297 words
    You- I find myself sitting here wondering why... Why am I so lost? Why do you not know what you want? Why do I still care? And most of all, Why I can't I stop loving you? I sit here drying my pink puffy eyes. Trying to get you out of my head but everything is a constant reminder like a broken record, over and over again. I try to pretend it doesn't get to me while, secretly, I beat my self up inside. It is a boxing match between my head and my heart and in the end it is always me that ends up ge...
  • Three Different Types Of Male Female Bond
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    Aphra Behn presents several views of different male-female relationships and makes certain statements regarding these different types and the different ways in which the males and females relate to one another. Three different types of male-female bond are examined. These three are those dominated by love and lust, those controlled by money, and those in which the male is the dominant force. These three bonds will be examined individually, which will be followed by an analysis of the three marri...
  • Physical Love Deals With The Human Body
    841 words
    Fran pez Professor Dutt English 101 October 11, 2003 The Mechanics of Love What defines love, in the traditional sense, between a man and a woman? In Bernard Malamud's short story, "The Magic Barrel", love manifests when a person finds the opposite of himself and shares a common interest with that person. Is love then inspired by self-interest, or does love have a more profound mystical meaning? Most people will agree that there exists two types of love: physical and spiritual. Physical love, wi...
  • Emotional Weight Of His Love For Martha
    468 words
    The Things They Carried, by Tim O'Brien is a story about the Vietnam War. The narrator depicts a group of soldiers in the midst of combat. He also describes everything they carry and the weight of the items. The weight is extremely significant; when weight is mentioned it is not only physical weight that the soldiers must carry, but also emotional weight. The Things They Carried is about sacrifice the hardships the soldiers go through. The leader of the troops is First Lieutenant Jimmy Cross; al...

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