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Everything is fair in love and war

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Started: 4/5/2018 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Whenever we fall in love, we only dream everything. We don't see our object of love as a normal human being with flaws. Whenever we stalk somebody, we think we're doing a good thing but we don't know that while we love them, we're annoying to them. Yes, even in war too we become blind. We don't see our enemies as a human like us. We don't think they also have the right to live peacefully. Blindness leads to nothing but darkness where we can't see reality.Just because you are put into a dangerous situation or a situation that feels do or die (like love) doesn't mean that you should abandon all your morals, particularly in the latter. There is also the saying "stick to your guns" which contradicts that statement in a way. I don't believe in doing either of those things 100 percent of the time, but rather just being rational and fair.


Love and war are two opposite things still an important part of your life which is bound to each other just like electrons and protons do exist in an atom.
This is a phrase meaning people in love and soldiers in wartime are not bound by any rules of fair play.That meant you can go to any extent to accomplish your mission and take what you desire without thinking for a second it's outcome and the impounding impact on others.
You cannot blame someone for acting in his own self interest.Your opponent has no reason to comply yourself for your moral standards.
The point of adding love to the list is likely to compare it to war. There are two main subtexts here. The first and most relevant is the idea that you can wreak all the havoc you want during the pursuit of true love. This includes sabotaging the third side in a love triangle or using deceit and trickery to woo the object of your affection.
The ongoing battle between two persons ultimately result in a dominant winner which has the last laugh.
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