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Consequences I Introduction Thesis More often then not there are consequences for a persons actions II Background A Abelard plotted to win Heloises love -pg 1227 B They fell in love and made love numerous times -pg 1228 III Consequences of making love A Abelards studies and teaching are hindered -pg 1228 B Baby abandoned by parents -pg 1232 C Forced to marry -pg 1229 D Abelards castration -pg 1232 F Lives spent in misery rest of their lives were spent separated from each other and miserable IV Blame A Heloise blamed marriage -pg 1229-1231 B Abelard blamed love and women -pg1229 V Consequences of loving a man more than Godpg 1243 - Heloise lived piously in a convent yet knew that her heart was not right with God pg1243 - When denied companionship from Abelard she knew know peace - both of her letters spoke of her misery at not being with or not hearing from Abelard - With God she could have finally had peace even if her life wasnt perfect VI Conclusion Consequences More often than not there are consequences for a persons actions They may be good as in the case of a man who helped the poor and was rewarded for his good deeds Many times they are not so good and can even affect a persons entire life A drunk driver may get in an accident and kill someone As a result he is convicted of manslaughter and sent to prison His life will never be the same - all because of one stupid decision Abelard and Heloise also made a bad decision and they paid dearly for it the rest of their lives The story of Abelard and Heloise is that of ill-fated love From the beginning it was doomed to fail because it was not started honorably Abelard plotted to win Heloises love
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