Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin
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In today’s modern world, the concept of love has stretched and conformed to the needs of today. Of course, there are many kinds of love present within western culture; a parent’s love for a child, a child for a parent, a sibling for a sibling, a friend’s compassion for a peer, or a teacher for her students. But what has become of romantic love? In a time where the odds of divorce outweigh the chances of a successful marriage, has the concept of true and lasting love dwindled completely? From my perspective love that is deep and legitimate has remained constant. There is a change in societal constraints that allow relationships that cannot find this perfect harmony to form a rift. In another era, these marital complications would have to become part of a marriage rather than a reason for divorce.
I still believe in the existence of real…
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