Argumentative Essay on Love
Flying around the world is an extravagance the majority of society may not be able to afford; life is chock-full of esoteric luxuries only a special association will enjoy fully.However, life does not have to encompass the additional commodities that people claim to be necessary.Throughout humanity there have been innumerous individuals who never delved into the most desired rarity-true love; much like the trips around the world, true love, is a nonessential of life.
Although love is always sought after, as if life’s’ buried treasure, a human being can live in happiness without it.
Many would argue that by not pursuing love, life would be eviscerated of its full meaning. Contrary to popular belief, it is an additional tangent of life that may or may not make matters foregoing. Strip a being of all “luxuries in life, and if you can [still] make someone smile and laugh, you have given the most special gift: happiness. ” Having happiness present creates the same euphoric feeling that being in love can cause without running the risk of being emotionally dismantled by a divorce or breakup.
More often then not love comes at much too high a price for every person to bare, not only can the cost be extraordinary but also at times a relentless barrage of sorrow. In order for someone to surpass the unrealistic goal of finding true love and obtaining it they must distract themselves. Society must focus on what is in front of it and remember, “We’re born alone, we live alone, [and] we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we’re not alone. ” As great as love presents itself to be, the majority of todays’ American community is divorced.
These once happily married couples believed in the luxury of marriage until the price became more than they had bargained for leaving a bitter taste of resentment. As a person grows from child to adult there is a realization that true love does exist. This realization turns into a formulated question, ‘is the cost of love make the venture worthwhile. ’ For many people across all generations love has been a hopeless endeavor, in George Orwell’s novel 1984 Winston Smith embarked on an adventure that didn’t bode well “’I betrayed you’ she [, Winston’s previous love,] said baldly. ‘I betrayed you’ he said.”
After betraying one another they part ways to live their lives in a better manner than before. Winston and the women, Julia, were lovers who when put to the test proved true love does not exist except for as a luxury the inner party could afford. All in all, love is a luxury that cannot be afforded by the mass. Even though it could portray itself to be beneficial, in the end it is not worth the cost. Surely true love is a product that even the people with the most acumen are dumbfounded. Happiness is something that serendipitously found and can egregiously affect a human’s life meanwhile true love is accompanied by painful hardship.