Monday, May 28, 2012

A world without love

I've been reading this book, its set in a dystopian society where they think love is the root of all problems so when you turn 18 you have this procedure that rids you of 'love' (instead you get matched to someone of the opposite sex who you then marry and the government decides on how many kids you have ect). Though this book is interesting its sad, a world without love is like a world without air you need it to breath to form relationships with people to really live. God created love and through his love he sent his son to die on the cross for us so that we might have eternal life (I think I just quoted John 3:16 without realising it). Sure love can make people do crazy things, but its truely beautiful and almost magic, the way a mother can love a child, how a couple can love each other for over 60 years, how to siblings can go from fighting to hugging in a matter of minutes. Love should never be messed with and I hope the reality in the book doesn't come true.
Honestly a world without love? That is almost too sad to think about.

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