Romeo And Juliet Sacrifice Analysis

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Sacrificing something for the person you love is not always easy and it never will be. The only comfort you will be able to feel is seeing the smile on their faces. In “The gift of the Magi” by O. Henry talks about sacrifices that are made in the name of love. Love is sacrificing your own happiness even if it means losing the one object you most care about. Nothing is more comforting than giving all you having to that one special person who means the word to you and you meaning the same to them. Feeling comfort in your heart is the only true comfort that love offers. Some people don 't understand the meaning of love, love is not something you take for granted being in love means making an important commitment and being able to show the love. Some sacrifices are harder that other but they all are considered an act of love if you really mean it. For instance being a father and having to leave from home and from the people you love to be able to get a well-paid job and keep your family from suffering any kind of economical discomfort. Sacrifices aren’t just made for family but for you to. Not seeing a family member for week’s even months is a sacrifice, a sacrifice to maintain and help your family by …show more content…
Juliet only being fourteen and Romeo being eighteen, Romeo fell in love with her so did Juliet. Juliet made Romeo forget about the girl he had been after so there was only one obstacle between being happy with one another, their families, the Capulet’s and the Montague’s had been enemies for years, there was basically no way their families would agree on their relationship. Their families were too hateful to allow such a thing even if it meant their son Romeo and their daughter Juliet 's misery. Juliet 's parents had arranged a wedding so she could marry another man but Romeo and Juliet were willing to sacrifice what their families wanted for their own true and pure

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