Just likes a bubble when the water runs the last

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“Just likes a bubble when the water runs…” the last image appears, this one is of a young girl who is crying bitterly and grieves over her dead mother who has committed suicide. His day dreaming is abruptly cut short by a bright light that shines on him, he begins to search desperately for the source of the light but cannot seem to find it. Virgil, whom he trusts gets involved and explain to him to follow him to some place. For some reason they are stuck and cannot continue on the journey and Virgil decides to make use of it and begins talking about love. He explains that all creatures created by God are capable of love, he goes on by explaining the two types of love which is the natural love and mental love. Natural love, as Virgil explains “ The
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natural is always without error”, its perfect and reliable but mental love can choose, in the sense that they can choose to love the wrong thing or go wrong in loving too much or too little. Virgil also talks about poor love for a neighbor, he describes three situations. The first one is wishing for his neighbor to fall so that he can look better, and then there is wishing for a neighbor’s bad luck when he is doing well and lastly there is wanting to injure your neighbor. I definitely agree with Dante’s theory of love. His idea and believe of love comes from God directly. This idea is very much similar to my own theory of love. I believe that in order to love anything or anyone you first have to love God; you have to put Him first in all that you do. Love can take all aspect and I believe it should. My reasoning of this I believe goes back to loving God ultimately, natural love. Once you love God ultimately and truly, family love, self love, romantic love, love of country will not be a problem. It will not be seen as a work or a must do, it will just flow, it will feel like something it is naturally meant to happen.
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