Why does race, religion, nationailty and culture affect the people we fall in love with? Part5: Summary
Throughout the past eight weeks, my perspective about my answer to my question that I discussed about hasn't changed that much since I started writing about it. I still believe that love has no boundaries, and that there is no valid point or reason that people from different races, religions and cultural backgrounds shouldn't be able to fall in love and marry each other. In society the government has enforced laws and ideas that control people's thinking and effect their opinions in a negative way. There are reasons as to why people have gotten the wrong ideas about each other, strengthening the power of racism and discrimination as they do so, and not connecting with one another in the end. Love is color blind, it has no race and it has no culture, it is derived from the source of all humanity...it is something that connects us all and is our one and only right that cannot and shouldn't ever be denied from our lives. Some ideas that formed the boundaries, is the preservation of race, blood, and culture based on tradition or because of the pressure put on you by your parents. Falling in love is always unpredictable, and it cannot be controlled; if you love someone dearly and truly then just escaping from that will be very very hard. You cannot stop the power of love.
It is an inexplicable force that pulls people together, no matter what the obstacle. Whenever i would think of this question I would think about friendship and not just love relationships. Love is traced within the smallest actions, it can be illuminated through a smile, it can be a hidden message in the eyes. The basic links that connect two people emotionally is that one thing. So many people try to define love for what it seems to be by human beings, but truthfully love cannot be defined completely. Even though it is uncomplicated and a simple idea, it appears complex in the labyrinth of the human mind for it seems too pure, and too good. We connect it to everything: religion, figures, philosophy, art, nature but we don't look at it for what it rawly is without being compared to anything. So, here is a question for you.....what is love?