Love: The Influence Of Love In Romeo And Juliet

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When someone thinks about love, the first thing that comes to mind is the tale of Romeo and Juliette. The story conveys a love so strong and emotionally powerful between the two main characters it has continued to exist through generations and generations. In today’s world, love is part of everything around us. In fact, love has been all around us for centuries, and has intrigued us for even longer than that. Almost all of us have thought once or twice about our future spouse. We might therefore also ask ourselves, what is the most important thing to think about when we first meet someone that might actually be “the one”? The topic, is love the most important factor in finding a spouse is interesting because a vast majority of us will come across such thoughts once in our life. Although a stable and comfortable life would be nice, is it worth living if there is no love at its core? Why wouldn’t your spouse walk away if another interesting person came into their life? What is going to keep him/her close if…show more content…
Usually people who believe that have an affirmative look on love and have had the possibility of dating in their life, and of choosing a mate. They believe that love is the key component in a relationship and that it is the glue that holds a relationship together, its foundation. In his essay “Crazy Love” Steven Pinker helps the reader understand what a world based on these circumstances and relationships would look like. He depicts it as “…a world without the involvement of love…”. Also, he compares mate selection to “rational shoppers looking for what is the best in an available mate”. For them, a world like this would be their worst nightmare. Both parties should have adequate feelings and commitment for one another to make this so significant relationship work and to fin d a mate that wouldn’t just leave if they meet someone
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