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The strength and confusion of love lies in its diversity Love is an individualized emotion It is a part of who we are Love does not look for equality but it persists on balance Love exists in every smile every pounding heart and the sweet taste of every kiss Love is an emotional feeling in the soul and the basis of everyday life However on earth and in this life love is forever changing and death is the only constant The role and significance of love in Death Constant beyond Love by Gabriel Garcia Marquez is that of powerlessness It emphasizes the human condition of being alone and helpless in the face of love life and death Love is powerless in the face of death All of its complicities confusions and alterations can not compete with the ultimate confrontation of life which is death Senator Oneacutesimo Sanchez has money power and respect Yet he is isolated because of the lack of love in his life and the very money power and respect that he has He is alone because he chooses to be but his choice was no match to love Love plays an important part in his life because the lack of it contributes to his desolation When he saw Farina he was instantly taken aback by her beauty According to the story The Senator was left breathless when he saw her He held so much power and yet he was powerless to the lustful feelings of love that he held for the teenage girl The lack of love in the town was apparent to the reader and because of it the town was filled with lies and scandal and was on the verge of deterioration in broad daylight looked like the most useless inlet on the desert The love of the town was lacking and so due to the lack of patriarchy the town had to make its living off of smuggling in
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