Love & Forgiveness
There has always been a myriad of questions playing in my mind. I’ve always wondered, can love be compared to the flames of aromatic candles? For, though the flames may die, the lingering aroma clings to me. Another question waltz’s in my mind, jeopardizing my very sanity. What if I had taken everything one hold’s dear, forever marring their future? Am I to them forever the shade that serves the fire? Or would they forgive me, like the Omnipotent Sire? A very good morning/afternoon I would like to wish to the highly exalted chairperson, the ever impartial judges, the timekeeper of pin-point precision, respected teachers and dearest friends. Allow me to grace this glorious day with my speech on, “Love and Forgiveness”. Have you ever wanted to see someone so badly, you need to right now? You want to hear more of their voice and you think of them so much that you can’t help feeling insecure and want to ask them again and again, “Do you really love me?” Throughout the ages, philosophers and scientists strived hard in order to find out the answer to the age old question, “What is love?” As Wikipedia recounts, love is an emotion of strong affection and personal attachment. Is that all there is to it? NO. I believe love is not merely an emotion, but the basis for all being. In other words, it is the very flow of life of this planet. The positive chi or energy that we release. Well, from my sentimental point of view, love is also something so complicated that it cannot be explained with words alone. Love is something that manifest’s itself abruptly, whether we like it or not. This force is so powerful that it can turn totally reverse it’s victims personalities, turning the most rowdy boys into refined gentlemen. Love is magical, unexplainable, unpredictable! Let us all embrace this glorious phenomenon and as a piece of advice, I quote the Bible, “Love one another as I have loved you.” From a more rational,...
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