Philosophy – “The Prominence behind ‘Till Death do us Part'” – 7/30/2020

“No love has ever crossed the borders of time. It is love, however, to pledge life forever stood against its pain. For no two, truly in love, could ever part without then living half a life.”

– Modern Romanticism

Love is that emotion that from the one to the other, will see their life as eternal, never-changing in the eyes that will not show contempt.

We love, truly love, when we have discovered what was missing. To any cuisine, if the main ingredient was missing, it’d not be itself. To life, without love, it could not be itself, without that main ingredient. We are unable to survive, without comprehension of another’s world. We are unable to understand ourselves, without communication to another.

To say that marriage is merely the contract, is to forget that divorce is about the paperwork, the tedium, the sadness, not the freedom. For in love, a human should never take it in lightness. A human, in love, should comprehend the emotion as the freest one.

If we look at love as confinement, as imprisonment, then we may as well look at all human historical discoveries as no truth to ever set us free.

Death should be the only thing to restrict love. For we cannot bring back what is gone, forever. However, our loved ones meeting death, are only ever gone in the physical sense. For what makes love eternal, is how it lives on in the heart. In the most literal sense, this is the subconscious. We do not understand love, like we do not know God, like how we dream of things in sleep we cannot fathom in the waking world. For we are afloat, as though in Heaven upon a cloud, when we are dreaming. All dreams are shared, in love. Therefore, the subconscious to which memories are placed, makes all love not ever truly understood until we have lost it. As it is the same to all things clung upon, that we do not understand the value of it, until it is lost.

Divorce is the material gain. For to give up, naturally places the human on the line of gaining material substance. What of love is material, besides all we now are trusted with? If one love says to another, “Trust me with this,” it is only to state that the other should not think low of them. What of love, in contrast to divorce, is the material gain? If what we name to be freedom, is always material, then we cannot at all say that we are set free by truth.