The language of love is a unique communication method everyone knows. It is not limited to only one part of the world or just on one continent. Love is everywhere. This universal code can be shared with others no matter their creed, language, or nationality which sometimes hinders our ability to form close bonds. Borders and bodies of water help create separation in the human race. Truman Capote’s quote, “Love, having no geography, knows no boundaries,” stresses the unity and harmony in which all people should live by.
Love is unconditional, lasting a lifetime and going beyond a mere kiss. True love seeps into the very core of a person’s being. It accepts the flaws of an individual; the flaws that are deep inside not readily recognizable. When a child is born there are no logical reasons of why that child is loved. A baby does not yet have the mental capacity to give a kiss, a hug, or a nice compliment, yet is still loved by its parents. This is because love does not require a reason to be given. In 1 Corinthians 13, it says that “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.” This quote gives a definition that expresses a parent’s love for their newborn child.
There are many different types of love. “On June 12, 1967, the Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision that allowed for interracial couples to marry in every state in America” (Loving vs. Virginia). Before this liberating day, people were restrained from freely marrying those outside of their nationality, regardless of their genuine love for their partner. History helps demonstrate the beauty of boundless love. Interracial marriages today illustrate the blindness of affection people posses toward others. When all people realize that love cannot be confined, changes occur that set free the very nature of our true being.
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