Love And Hate Essay: Love Vs. Hate

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Register to read the introduction… A lover could experience countless manifestations of love, but romantic love stands out to be most driven, addicting, and it could also be sexually centered. As Marcus Nordlund mentions in Shakespeare and the Nature of Love: Literature, Culture, Evolution, “to cover widely different forms of love: not only romantic or sexual love, but also paternal and filial affection and, by implication at least, love as a form of social or political duty.” (Schalkwyk, 2007) In other words, by not just concentrating on romantic love and instead express love to others in society, this would influence the world to become more peaceful. The nature of peace depends on the capability of people to love each other instead of hating each other, which could lead to greater …show more content…
Andrew Sullivan depicted what hate means exceptionally well in the What’s so bad about hate essay. He begins by describing an infamous case which led to a hate crimes prevention act. Three male white Supremacists picked up a black man walking along a road that was heading home and beat him. They chained his feet together and tied him to the back of their pickup truck dragging him for miles until his body hits a culvert and is split in two. Sullivan continues his essay with many other examples of hate crimes which leads to many questions and very little answers. Why would people commit such horrific acts as a result of their hate? There will never be an answer that could justify these types of actions. Hate is everywhere and either through racism or any other irrational reason it …show more content…
This been proven by the feeling itself. In other words, when someone feels hate that comes from knowledge, he or she knows the why behind the feeling and are more prompt to forgive than others that hate just because. Love instead can happened without a reason, in any situation, when is less expected, and occasionally when is most needed. For example, two people that meet in an economic class and a month later they were planning to spend their lives together. Is difficult to understand why people fall in love so easily and is even more complicated to explain why for some people is harder to fall out of

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