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Unconditional Love: Solution to Youth Problems
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...Unconditional Love: Solution to Youth Problems Introduction The movie “Better Luck Tomorrow” is a representation of the anger and frustration that young people, particularly from Asian ethnic background, go through in an attempt to resolve the identity crisis by trying to ‘fit in,’ and make their identities in a foreign country. The most interesting aspect of the movie is its theme. The theme of the movie is the frustration of young Asian Americans due to excessive expectations from their parents and teachers. Despite of being achievers in academic and extra curricular activities, young people from Asian ethnic background feel empty inside. Through the...
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Therapy Dogs: Source of Healing Through Unconditional Love
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...Unconditional Love Introduction Unconditional affection and love is an essential element for healthy and happy life of human beings. Dogs are well known for displaying the quality of providing unconditional affection and love. Hence, dogs have become a major source of therapeutic healing in elderly people, children and adolescents, who are undergoing treatment for mental, physical and emotional disorders. Definition Therapy dogs are “privately owned pets that have received behavioral training to provide comfort to individuals in institutional settings including hospitals, nursing and retirement homes, mental institutions, schools, facilities for autistic... ?Therapy Dogs: Source Of Healing Through...
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Love
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...love is usually unconditional, sacrificial and drives people at forgiveness hence assuring them of comfort and safety. Eros or romantic love on the other hand is defined as referring to the strong feeling of affection towards someone you are sexually attracted to. it is characterized by intense feelings of passion which arouse romance and makes one use the phrase “I love You.” in other words it is the love that culminates in sex and love making between the partners and unless moved to a higher notch it may fade with time since it centers mostly on the self. In case the person expressing the love for some reason stops... The Definition and Forms of Love. Love is the noun referring to a variety of...
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What is love, really
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...love you” to that person. Therefore, relationship based on any kind of psychological, physical, social, or financial benefits can be considered as ‘good business’ rather than ‘love’ (Sadhguru). Sadhguru claimed that love is unselfish. It has no conditions, no needs, and no own benefits. When love is unconditional, it lasts forever and can be considered as true love (Sadhguru). Further, while discussing the foundation of love, Sadhguru has analyzed the phrase, “falling in love.” When people are in love, they ‘fall’ in love, but not ‘run’, ‘walk’, or ‘stand’ in love. Sadhguru here... What Is Love, Really? Since the ages, many philosophers and experts have attempted to define the meaningof love by...
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Love. Response papers week 7
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...unconditional love has generated an integrative and accepting culture for all team members irrespective of religious background. This has boosted unity among them. The kind of leadership style that people mainly experience today can be explained as “it’s all about me”. This attitude destroys democracy, love and respect among subordinates. This is the opposite of selflessness. Having unconditional love is a sign that one values the others just as Christ did, and so he won the attention and cooperation of many good-willed people. To live like Jesus and reach the kind of success that he experienced, the leaders should ask themselves three important questions: Am I a leader? Am I willing... Response...
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Definition Essay about Love
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...Love is not always romantic. Love within a family - Love is unconditional and based on being related - Love between parents and siblings is shown through being taken care of, respect, and support. Love between friends - Similar to the love within a family - This love is chosen - Friends feel that their love is the most important kind of love Love is not limited to human beings - Love can be for pets - This love consists of trust and companionship - Favorite actors, movies, music, et cetera - This love is based on respect, admiration, and appreciation for the art and entertainment that are supplied for fans. Conclusion - Love comes in many forms, all based on individual people - Everyone... ? Definition...
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...unconditional love through a play en d "Romeo and Juliet". The play was a tragedy because of the fatal conclusion of the story, the death of both Romeo and Juliet. In attempting to comvey the message of unconditional love, they also depicted that age was never an issue or factor. Juliet both in the story of Shakespeare and the play was very young, fresh and super in love. The version directed by Jennifer Flowers starring Thomas Larkin and Melanie Zanetti and the very supportive casts Ross Babuziente, Simon Burvill-Holmes, Tim Dashwood, Normal Doyle and more made the play very worth watching. It was really done... The production/ playwright basically wanted to comvey the message of eternal and...
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Literary analysis paper
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...love. Each character learns something from what happened. The younger son learns the meaning of love that is not found in material things but the joy of being unconditionally loved, the older son learns that love easily forgives those who have learned its meaning love, and the father learns the power of unconditional love in redeeming those who have sinned. The younger son learns that love cannot be received from material things but only from unconditional love. He bought materials things and he used his money on prostitutes who also loved material things. In the end, he lost all his money and suffered. He went back... February 7, Lessons Learned from “The Prodigal Son” In the story of “The Prodigal...
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...unconditional love since I was a child. I have always depended on my father and I was comfortable with that. My father can be termed as a very good man who was indeed created in God’s likeness. My father truly fits in the classification of a good person. The conditions now are very different. It is these peculiarities of my father that make me see other forms of love being way below my expectations. I no longer experience the huge and unconditional love in the earthly relationships. I now understand my situation extremely well. The implications of my father’s love are vivid. The...
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Love in the Time of Cholera
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...love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice on wrongdoing, but rejoice with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things." (The Holy Bible, 2001) The article, "LOVE" by Dr. Guy A Pettit describes three levels of love, the conditional love, the tough love and the unconditional love (Pettitt, 2008). "Conditional love tends to make other people responsible for your needs and happiness" as the article says. Usually, this leds to a situation in which all are losers. "Tough love is less dependent on others for a sense of self-worth and self... Love in the Time ...
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Ways of being a boyfriend or girlfriend
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...loved, lovable, and loving all the time? These questions may have several answers based on the different experiences peole may have gone through. However, being the ideal partner whether as a boyfriend or as a girlfriend really matters. To be an ideal partner, one has to possess the qualities of trust, acceptance, openness, and unconditional love. Trust is one of the most fleeting components of individuals. To trust means to take the partner’s words... Ways of Being a Boyfriend or Girlfriend Why do relationships thrive and why do some relationships end so swiftly? Are there secrets on how to remain in a relationship without fights and break-ups? Are there rules to follow so that a person will stay...
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Love in Human Relationships
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...Love in Human Relationships (Introduction) The three literary pieces being referred for this essay all deal with human emotions, especially that of love (or lack thereof). But their portrayal is far from homogeneous. In the poem To My Dear And Loving Husband by Anne Bradstreet, there is little doubt as to the total and unconditional love displayed by the lady toward her husband. The poem Aunt Jennifer's Tigers by Adrienne Rich presents the opposite situation, where lack of love in a relationship stifles and oppresses Aunt Jennifer. The epistolary piece Last Letter to His Wife, Major Sullivan Ballou is unhesitant in his show of appreciation and love toward his wife. With the likelihood... ...
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Love and Justice
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...love. Values and reason should dictate that our search for love transcends our need for justice. If we seek equality for real spiritual love, it becomes a demand that immediately removes the spiritual quality of true love. Our senses may battle for justice and it is easy to be drawn into that arena by the material values we place on objects. Love is reduced to a demand for repayment of either kindness or grace. These conditions place an undue burden on love and relegate it to the need for reciprocal feeling. Love can not be commanded and justice can not be ordered. Unconditional love is the Kantian imperative where there is no expectation of return. The justice... Love and...
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What is love
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...unconditional and some of these are totally obnoxious. We mean the word obnoxious in the exact sense. Prior to writing the essay a documentary was shown on Discovery channel named “Half Ton Son” featuring Billy Robbins a 16 year old overly fat boy. His mother delivered him after losing the first child. She showed all her “Love” in feeding him excessively, making him the fattest teenage boy in the world. Love can sometimes turn horrible when it exceeds the limit. Love as a Shield Wars have been fought on the name of love. Starting from the Helen of Troy to Cleopatra and the latest Monica Lewinsky, men have fought for their lust and greed in the name of love using the women concerned... What is Love?...
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Teenage Angst in Texas
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...unconditional love of God has been lost for a long period of time throughout history. The distorted vision of the wrath of God has been responsible for the belief in a vengeful and punitive God instead of a loving... “Teenage Angst in Texas” Gail Caldwell, Pulitzer Prize winner in 2001, gives her compelling account of her particular teenage angst with her sincere and honest voice in the article “Teenage Angst in Texas” (Caldwell, 2006). There is a mixture of angst and ennui in her words when she refers to those strong feelings of anxiety, dread, depression, anguish, malaise, and boredom experience during her youth in the Sixties. These mixed feelings are motivated by a teleological search for meaning,...
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In the Mood for Love
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...love), taking viewers on a ride of unbound unconditional love blend with sorrows, guilt and gloom. Work Cited Roger, Jolly. An Analysis on Screen Aesthetics: In the Mood for Love. 6 May 2013. 14 july 2014. .... In the Mood for Love Introduction In the Mood for Love is a masterpiece by and directorKar Wai Wong. The movie was released in 2000 starring Maggie Cheung, Tony Chiu Wai Leung and Ping Lam Siu as the leading cast. The story revolves around Chow Mo-Wan, who is a newspaper editor and his wife who moved into a new apartment. At the same time, Su Li-zhen also moved in with her husband in the same building next to Chow. When their related spouses were not...
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Forgivness
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...unconditional love to all and this could have made them forgive the shooter fast. Their Jewish-like belief that good works... The Amish schoolhouse shooting was an unfortunate event that happened in 2006 and that left five dead and a number of others wounded. The way the community responded to the event raised some questions. Were the Amish people that easy to forgive? The Amish people were easy to forgive because it is in their lifestyle and beliefs to forgive. One of the things they practice that could have inspires them to forgive easily is their separatist way of life. As much as the Amish also shun violence, their religious beliefs teach them to conceal their affairs from the rest of the world and ...
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Strength to love by Martin Luther king Jr
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...love has the strength to conquer all evil that may arise within the society as long as every person is willing to adopt unconditional love for one another. America is a great nation that commands great honor and respect across the globe due to the unrelenting efforts by her hardworking citizens to make the nation a better place for all. Similarly, the nation requires peace in order for both the political and economic development and processes to continue harmoniously. This actually means that it is incumbent upon everyone to embrace the highest standards of peace, which can only be accomplished through unpretentious love....
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Self-love; do you have to love yourself in order to love others
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...loving things because we are struck by their value and it is for the same reason we continue to love them. He argues that unless we find value with our beloved we will not love them. The argument is worth enough to cause enormous controversy. Every human being has an intrinsic tendency to love his fellow men. If then all love that we see around us is neither propagated by any ideology nor because that people find do any extraordinary value with their fellow men. They simply love others without knowing the reason. No parents would be able to explain the reason why they love their children and the children vise versa. It could be explained as the unconditional love. According Aristotle ‘a true...
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My Friends Unconditional Service
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...Unconditional Service No gift is considered a gift unless one has given it freely without reservation or any condition. The gifts offered by God, our family and friends are primarily given in practically unconditional manner, unlike other people around our society. For young people today, friends are considered as one of the strongest influential characters and may have been expected to offer genuine care, love and to some extent, service. This paper intended to describe the kind of service demonstrated by my good friends. It also relates the essence of their unconditional service to who they considered "friend" as one ingredient of a healthy and happy interpersonal relationship... My Friends'...
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The Vulnerability of Love in Shakespeares Othello
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...love is unconditional love. All Shakespearian plays contain wonderful themes that are blended in perform form so that it makes a wonderful story, often a touching tragedy. Othello, the most famous of Shakespearian tragedies also involves touching themes that are merged beautifully to make up the story. The beautiful application of the most powerful theme ‘love’ makes the beautiful tragedy Othello. Love rules the characters too much that it resulted in their death ultimately. Majority of the people in the play is killed in the final phase. Love paved the way for betrayal and betrayal led to killings and deaths. Beautiful blending of the themes of love formed the wonderful... assignment is due The...
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Short answer
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...love have been interpreted as a kind of impotence by Freud. 4. What reasons does Delaney give for his view that unconditional love should not be part of the ideal of romantic love or of loving commitment? Philosophers are always enquiring to know what should be the ideal way of behavior or understanding that might properly... ? Assignment One – Short Answer Exercise I.D. Number: Term and Year Assignment One – Short Answer Exercise 1. What problems does Solomon identify in attempts to 'separate different "kinds" of love'? (Solomon, 'In the Beginning was the Word, p. 7) Solomon’s emphasis is on the sexual nature of affection as related to intimate love, most commonly referring to heterosexual sex. During...
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Henrys intelligent investment, for the love of Portia
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...love, simultaneously. His unconditional love for Portia feelings evoked a fear and confusion inside him. He was thumped with the dilemma of what if he never gets any salary in reward, and what if the expenses and salary didn’t go the way as he estimated? What would happen then? Portia was his life now, and he couldn’t lose her. He feared at the thought of Portia unable to live with a poor man like him, who couldn’t afford to deserve her as she being a daughter... Henry’s intelligent investment, for the love of Portia Mark Twain, an American is actually a humorist who has written many worth reading novels and has been lauded as the “greatest American humorist of his age” whereas he was entitled as...
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Things that strengthen love between family members
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...Loving our parents is a form of respect to our creator in the Christian teaching. Lastly, agape encompasses all forms of love that we have because by having this within ourselves, we make unconditional love for our family members. This kind of love teaches us, and our parents to be selfless despite being treated unfairly just like how Jesus Christ in the Christian faith forgives those who wronged him and loved those who hate him. Respect, freedom, equality, and love itself are the key components of enhancing our love towards our family members. These...
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Comparative Analysis of Christopher Marlowe's The Passionate Shepherd to His Love and Anne Bradstreet's To My Dear And Loving Hu
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...loved by wife, then thee.” Both speakers are made to establish an impression of unconditional love that occurs to defy not only time, but even space as Bradstreet’s female character expresses – “My love is such that rivers cannot quench.” In about an equivalent sense of ardour, the passionate Shepherd makes his love interest feel special with an extent of optimism that could explore high and broad places alike as “Valleys, groves, hills, and fields, / Woods, or steepy mountain.” Though “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” consists in six four-liner stanzas of regular metric pattern and rhythm, similar rhyme scheme is utilized in “To My Dear and Loving Husband.” On the contrary, it may... Comparative...
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Love and Lust
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...Love is essentially the love of God for His creations. The only well-known literary work to describe its grandiosity is the Bible itself. One can try and comprehend the dimension of this kind of Love through the Apostle John’s teachings. John wrote: “He that [loves] not [knows] not God; for God is love.” (1 John 4:8 KJV). In this passage, John explains the nature of God—the all-loving Lord is love itself. This becomes clear when he states that if one feels love, he knows God, because in essence they are the same. John also wrote: “Greater love [has] no man than this” (John 15:13). The Apostle explains that no man can match the Father’s capacity for unconditional love—as men’s love is still...
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Communication styles, love types, domestic violence
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...Love Types Introduction This essay will focus its thesis on love and the different types of love. Love is very important in any relationship as it determines the relationship that the parties in this relationship move on to lead. Love also determines how long the relationship lasts, and this is very important in a relationship. Love creates a bond, a sense of belonging between the parties involved. According to Greek mythology, love can be between friends (Philia), between parents and their offspring (Storge), it can be unconditional and total...
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Love - And Its Portrayal In Literature
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...love, And I'll no longer be a Capulet.” (Shakespeare, William) Love has also been portrayed as loyalty in the works of Homer, as can be seen in Illiad and Odyssey. The women in these stories are the ones that undergo sacrifices in order to be with the brave warriors they are in love with. He writes about the unconditional love between Helen and Paris as well as the love raging between Odysseus and Penelope. Odysseus was so in love with his wife and his son that he is seen giving up immortality just to be with them. In most literature, people are backed by their motives and dilemmas; whether or not to be with the person they truly love or to give all that up just to be able to grasp... 5 April Love - and ...
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Theology second paper
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...unconditional love. Through this act, Jesus demonstrated equal attention of each person regardless of their originality and background. The modern society is experiencing pronounced inequalities towards particular people and groups (Chopp, 3). Social stratification is an evident phenomenon across the modern society. This challenge requires the Christians to respond... Question Believing in Jesus Christ is a core virtue in every Christian. Christians therefore confess their affiliation with Jesus Christ in their daily lives (Hanson, 20). All Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God. According to Christians, Jesus is a savior who sanctified them of their sin. They use this philosophy in their...
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2.How do Violas and Olivias similarities contribute to the plays theme about the nature of love
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...Love Shakespearean poetic ingenuity in matters pertaining to love is seen in its representation through different shapes and forms of relationships and revenge. The best example of the expressive variety in dealing with the problem of love can be found in Shakespeare’s play, Twelfth Night, through the characters Viola and Olivia. Love causes both Viola and Olivia to share commonalities through vulnerability, desirability and interchangeability throughout the entire play; this sharing stems in their respective wish to attain true and unconditional love. The change of fortunes from love to hate is one that Twelfth Night has dwelt on and which Tassi (32) condescends that ‘…allow... The Characteristics of...
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The word Agape Essay
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...unconditional love,which has all these four types of love best described in the Bible. The word has various forms of love found in the Greek community, some are found in the Bible. However, this word is used to describe the love of Jesus Christ for his Father and His followers. The word describes love that has become appropriated in Christian theology as love of God or love of Jesus Christ for mankind. Discussion In the Bible, particularly the New Testament, the word ‘agape love’ refers to the covenant love of God for humans, in addition to the human reciprocal love for God. The word necessarily extends... 1John 2:19-20 NRSV Introduction The word ‘agape’ is best used to describe sacrificial, selfless,...
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Role of Flatfish in the novel When I Whistle
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...unconditional love for someone throughout his life. Flatfish brings love in the life of everyone he knows and ended up bringing something good into his or her life. Flatfish is Endo’s Christ figure and through him he enables the readers to understand the unconditional love that Jesus had for everyone and which is central to Endo’s Christianity as well. Flatfish is a simpleton, smelly and a weak fellow. He is a sorry clown who is by all the worldly standards an undesirable person. We see him suffer for his unconditional love. He ends up giving up his life in an act of duty for the love of his country... Role of Flatfish in the novel ‘When I Whistle’ The novel “When I Whistle” is a beautiful piece of...
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Definition Essay Assignment
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...unconditional love and care are involved in order for an individual to be called a parent. No other feelings could ever be identical to the love that the parents have for the child. Their care extends even when the child becomes an adult. One of the most significant half... Parents are individuals who bore another being who is a generation younger than them. A man and a woman who gave life to a child are called biological parents because the younger person contains the genes, as well as some of their biological features. However, to be considered parents of a child does not only involve the similarities and the possession of biological factors that the two generations share. Other aspects such as...
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Obligation to family according to jane English
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...unconditional love. Unconditional love means that the parents, when bringing the child up, will do everything to make the child’s later life better, without expecting to be paid back, or owed by the child. Some may find... a friendly chat to her in the backyard or helping her catch her pet etc. She gives these two analogies as a way to indicate the parent-child relationship. Therefore, how the child and the parent should relate should be like the second analogy, where Nina mows Max’s lawn without him asking him, and therefore leaves Max with not moral obligation to reciprocate. Parents give to their children many things, including life, without expecting that the child will give them anything...
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The Ethic of Compassion
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...Unconditional Love by His Holiness the Dalai Lama Buddhism, recently popularized in the west and still revered for both its teaching and its historical presence in other regions, is a system of beliefs and practices which claims millions of adherents worldwide. Throughout a set of teachings and practices, Buddhism endeavors to identify the causes of human suffering and to offer various mechanisms, actions, and ideologies that ease suffering. The practice itself is largely influenced by the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, otherwise known as Buddha; however, Buddhism has a living teacher as well. His Holiness the Dalai Lama discusses the concept... THE ETHIC OF COMPASSION-Thoughts on Compassion and...
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Compassion of Strangers
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...Unconditional Love by His Holiness the Dalai Lama Buddhism, recently popularized in the west and still revered for both its teaching and its historical presence in other regions, is a system of beliefs and practices which claims millions of adherents worldwide. Throughout a set of teachings and practices, Buddhism endeavors to identify the causes of human suffering and to offer various mechanisms, actions, and ideologies that ease suffering. The practice itself is largely influenced by the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, otherwise known as Buddha; however, Buddhism has a living teacher as well. His Holiness the Dalai Lama discusses the concept... THE ETHIC OF COMPASSION—Thoughts on Compassion and...
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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time
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...unconditional love for their children, and it seems to be that she would give up on him. Just a thought that maybe, due to the gender of the author, more positive characterization was accorded to the father, instead. On the other... ? Reflection on Chapters 73 - `131 The first amusing incident I encountered from reading the summaries on Chapter 79 was when Christopher’s father slammed his fist so hard down the dining table that the author cleverly stated that food rolled in Christopher’s plate (like the ham touched the broccoli) and with personal rules established by Christopher, he viewed this incident as a ‘no no’; meaning, that when food from his plate gets too near one another, he regards them as...
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What does it take to be a good parent
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...unconditional love.... What Does it Take to Make a Good Parent? The concept of a good parent differs from child to child and from one family to another, but the foundationof such is all the same no matter where one may look. A good parent is someone who has had experiences as a child that can allow them to properly adhere to the needs of their own children. The skills that a parent knows often comes from watching their own parents as they grew up, keeping in mind the characteristics that they want to hold on to for their own children, as well as those that they would want to change. In this parental foundation, respect, love, and communication are the most vital aspects....
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Comparing themes in Gilgamesh and Ramayana
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...unconditional love as such should not be demanded from the person one claims to be in love with. There is less manifestation of erotic love in Ramayana as compared to Gilgamesh. In both epics sacrificial love is made evident when characters have to give up some things so that they can maintain their positions (Buck, et. al, 34-45). Work Cited Buck, William, Shirley Triest, and Vālmīki. Ramayana. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 2000. Print. Tigay, Jeffrey H. The Evolution of the Gilgamesh Epic. Wauconda, Ill: Bolchazy-Carducci, 2002. Print.... The theme of love in Gilgamesh and Ramayana The theme of love in Gilgamesh appear to be both in the form of erotic and...
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Scar by Amy Tan
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...unconditional love and respect, by using symbolism and figurative language, among other literary elements. As a child, An-mei’s mother comes to visit and a commotion arises. A giant pot of boiling broth spills and burns the little girl’s chin and neck. The boiling soup... College: Scar by Amy Tan Amy Tan, in her story d “Scar”, talks about a young girl d An-mei. The describesAn-mei as a little Chinese girl that has never had the opportunity to know her mother and identify with her at a personal level. Tan’s narrative is set in China during the early part of the nineteenth century. It becomes apparent that the Chinese had a very high value for honor during this era and if anyone dishonored their family,...
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Question and answers
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...love in the book of Ruth In ancient Greece, the Greek language had at least four distinct words for love namely philia, storge, eros, and agape, which hard to set their meanings apart. In essence, agape refers to the unconditional love in which Christians have for God or the love that spouses may share, but its use spreads across the New Testament as the spiritual love in which it expects nothing in return (Williams & Denney, 2003). On the other hand, eros refers to romantic sharing of love that may be sensual, but not sexual that may apply to people that are in courtship. Storge is the natural kind of affection as that of parents towards their children... Religion and Theology Demonstration of love in...
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Book of Hosea
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...unconditional love. Hosea is a prophet who is made to marry a harlot and he narrates how painful it is to be a husband of a promiscuous wife. However difficult it is, he obeyed God when he is ordered by God to accept his wife despite her infidelity. At closer look, Hosea is just allowed to experience how God feels when His people, the Israelites would leave Him to serve other gods and idols. God's love is so great... An Introduction to the Book of Hosea The Book of Hosea is the twenty eighth (28th) Book in the Old Testament. It is the first of the Books under the Minor Prophets (New American Bible). Several Reviews and sermons have been made about this Book because it contains a unique theme of...
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Meter and Rhythm in the Poem Garden Of Love by William Blake
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...loved natural setting; and "of Love" (iambic foot) centers in on the heart and genuine significance of the Garden's youthful magnetism - pure transparent and unconditional Love. Line four goes back to eight syllables with a closing sense of sad disappointment "That so ma ny | sweet flow | ers bore" with an anapest followed by two iambs. "That so ma ny" (anapestic foot with "ny" demoted) puts the accent on the quantity; "sweet flow" (iambic foot) describes the blooms so... Meter and Rhythm in the Poem "Garden Of Love" by William Blake Brief Biography of William Blake On November 28, 1757 William Blake was born in Carnaby Market, London. The child was first home-schooled but later attended an art school...
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Birh
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...unconditional love a mother feels for her child. Hence, it is a universal phenomenon... Psychological and Social perspective The desire to reproduce and embrace a sense completeness; is the most fundamentalhuman sensation one can observe in any society. The painstaking process of birth has been the same since the growth of human kind. However, the advancements in science and technology have reduced the risks involved in the process of delivery, but the progression of growing fetus in a mother’s womb along with its lengthy and exhausting process of development remains the same. The course of nourishment, care, acceptance, change in the daily routine and the body structure is a symbol of unconditional lov...
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Those Winter Sundays Poem
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...love and fury. The poem is mixed with images contrasting a son’s journey of remembering his father’s actions that were completely overlooked in his childhood but now as a man, he recalls them with respect. The poem presents the theme of love that is not returned and the theme of regret which the speaker feels after his father is no more. Robert Hayden has presented the love of a father for his child who does not care about the fact whether his son loves him in return for it or not. This unconditional love is explained... “Those Winter Sundays” “Those Winter Sundays” by Robert Hayden is a short lyrical poem about love and regret wrapped up in the words of a son who broods over the memory of his father. ...
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Cross-Genre Thematic Study
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...love stories are present in the author’s work. One scene is when Kai, Faye’s husband, upon learning of his wife’s infertility, explained that his love for her would go beyond all obstacles in their relationship. Kai explained that he could not imagine his life being with any other woman besides Faye; and he clarified that he would accept any of her imperfections. This climactic scene highlighted the theme even more since it clearly showed unconditional love coming from the husband. In addition, the choice of words and imagery, although highly cliché... Love as a Common Theme for a Poem and a Short Story Love between two people has always been a deep emotional feeling; it is continuously tested by time...
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Revenge in Edgar Allan Poes Cask of Amontillado
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...unconditional love for their sons, albeit the other son cannot fully understand the meaning of it. The son who stayed and worked was envious of the fate of the son who enjoyed the family money because he was still accepted when he returned to the family... . The acceptance of the prodigal son, however, was an act of unconditional love and mercy of parents towards their children meaning that even if the other son does the same, he will also be treated in the same manner that other son was treated. 2. “The Lottery:” Tessie Hutchinson screams, "It isn't fair, it isn't right.” The exclamation meant the character’s realization of the real nature of the lottery when the unfairness and unjustness was done to her....
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The Themes of Love, Friendship, and Marriage Displayed in Shakespeares Sonnets 30, 55, and 116
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...love, and unconditional love, among others. Shakespeare obviously had an intimate knowledge of relationships, as is evidenced in many of his works. With regard to love, it is obvious that Shakespeare had many paramours in his day. III. Friendship Shakespeare obviously had many friendships, and he knew about the state of human relations. “Shakespeare's Sonnet 30, one of his most famous, is a reflection on sad memories reconciled by the realization of the gift he has in his friend.”3 Of course, there are difficult times in friendships as well as fun times. Shakespeare’s remembrances of his friends definitely seem to be...
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Unconditional and unconditional Convergence
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...Unconditional and unconditional Convergence: A series is said to be unconditionally convergent if all rearrangements of that series converge and have the same sum. Those series that do not allow this but do converge are called conditionally convergent. Theorem: Every absolutely convergent series is unconditionally convergent. Conditional Convergence: A convergent series is said to be conditionally convergent if it is not unconditionally convergent. Thus such a series converges in the arrangement given, but either there is some rearrangement... Handout Section 3.7 and 3.8 Any finite sum may be rearranged and summed in any order because addition is commutative but it isn’t the case with series. ...
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"After Virtue" by Alasdair MacIntyre
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...Unconditional love is always acknowledged for its unconditional virtues which include: empathy, sympathy, compassion, and charity. The virtues of greediness, selfishness and corruption lack all the virtues of love. Capitalism has no place for virtue and love. Virtues will become endangered if the external goods are inadequate to satisfy the requirements of the virtual being (Maclntyre, 1984). References Maclntyre, A. (1984). After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theology. New York: Notre Dame.... After Virtue by Alasdair MacIntyre Why do chess, architecture, and farming qualify as practices while tic-tac-toe, bricklaying, andplanting turnips do not? A practice can be described as any complex and coherent kind ...
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