There are many things in this world that don't seem believable. One of them, is the number of cynical people who don't believe in something that is so precious, but also crucial in * survival, the inner core to the circle of life. Love! Especially teen love, or some people may know it as, love at first sight. Love is everywhere. Love is all around *. Love occurs every moment each day. Everywhere * in movies, in books, there is love. Love is always there, hidden beneath the words * read and the footage * seen. Love, especially teen love should be considered the most genuine type of love out there, not some profoundly tender, passionate affection to be abused * or ignored.
Take the time to think of it – love starts when people are at their teens, so teen love begins in high school. * Stuck in the second most time consuming building for six hours straight every day, right behind jail time. What is a better way to kill time than to seek out the ONE who would be truly * sketched into the heart till the end of time. Who cares about science class unless the lesson being taught is on the chemistry of love. Who cares about math unless it is solving for “i” in the equation 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u). Who cares about the history of America unless it is creating history with a significant other. That is what high school students should be learning about in classes during the six hour imprisonment, the basics of love which is only the crucially important aspect in this generation of life.
Then there is English class. Who cares about Lenny achieving his American Dream of tending the rabbits, or John Fitzgerald Kennedy Inaugural Address. It's all boring! We should read love stories that show * the value of love and relationships. Stephanie Meyer's novel, Twilight, of vampires, humans, and werewolves proves how teen love is crucially important for * survival. Bella Swan devoted her life to Edward Cullen, losing close relationships to everyone that loved her. * That's why...
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