Clarisse C. Infeliz
Last January 29, 2013 we had our activity with the sisters and the 2 priests. They asked us 3 questions about love and we answered it. After 5 minutes I think so, they asked us to share it in the big group. For me Love is weird, that’s something we’ve pretty much already established. At any given moment we’re either blissfully in it, hating it, apprehensive of it, wanting it, worried about it, or resigning ourselves to forever alone status because we can’t deal with it anymore. And contrary to all this love advice that flies at us from every direction, it always seems like there’s no real “right” way to go about love, because one method doesn’t fit everyone and every relationship is different. On the other hand, everyone has a threshold. A balance and a breaking point, a list of things they would or would not do for what they believe is or can be true love. As I remember I don’t know what number is that my favourite question is “what can you do for love?” as I answered it, I know that figuring it out can be difficult but for me I can do for whom I love is to be patient, I can conquer all the problems and is worth sacrificing for. And I found out that love is not only the love of a two couple but it’s a love for our parents, children, and country, neighbourhood, and specially our God. Each has its variant such us blind, one-sided, tragic love. At its best, however, all love is a kind of passionate commitment that we nurture and develop, even though it usually arrives in our lives unbidden. That's why it is more than just a powerful feeling.
Now that I’m a college student, I should be mature enough to handle things such as studies and all kinds of problem because I know that God will not give us problems that we cannot solve it we just seek for it and do what is right. I’m happy and also lucky that my parents can lend me to school and that is an example of love of parents. So I will not waste the money and the time to be able to...
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