Every person is a biosocial being. This means that in addition to biological needs, we also have social ones. Such as communication, various types of relationships. In relationships, people often have problems, because people are not always ready to understand each other.
The topic of human relationships is very important in modern society, because we are increasingly witnessing difficulties in relations, lack of humanity, respect and responsibility. Many great philosophers, writers and poets talked about human relationships and problems that can arise between people.
For example, Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin in his novel “Eugene Onegin” very thoroughly discusses the topic of human relationships, as well as the theme of loneliness. The main character of the novel – Eugene Onegin is unhappy, because he became “selfish egoist.” Such was his habitat, the society in which he was. Because of this, Onegin became selfish, indifferent to the destinies of other people. All who tried to get close to him became unhappy, Onegin himself, also did not find happiness in life. All the actions of the hero and the influence of the surrounding society on him caused a deep disappointment in the life and loneliness of the hero.
KG Paustovsky in his work “Telegram” also touches on the topic of human relationships and various problems arising between people. The heroine, the girl Nastya, lives in Leningrad and receives a telegram stating
Valentin Grigorevich Rasputin in his work “Live and Remember” tells us such a story. A man who deserted once, again returns to the neighborhood of his village. But the villagers do not want to receive him, everyone turns his back on him, except his wife. Maria tries with all her might to save him, doing everything possible, but the human rumor is more terrible. Pursued by her fellow-villagers Maria, she understands that she could not achieve a better life for herself and her husband, and she can not continue living like this. Maria commits suicide. In this story, we see how worried about her family and how she loved her husband Maria. But her husband was cowardly and selfish, which is why the end of this story is so sad.
In the novel by Mikhail Yurievich Lermontov “The Hero of Our Time” the writer tells us about a number of extraordinary personalities, who found it difficult to get along in society. Many of these people are “superfluous” in the existing society, since they differ from others in their individuality, and the public mass does not want to accept them that way. The protagonist of the work is Pechorin, a man with a difficult fate. From the novel we learn that Pechorin strives for knowledge, it contains “immense forces.” But, there are a lot of bad things in him, a lot of evil lies on his conscience and does not allow him to live peacefully.
Based on all of the above, we can conclude that the society needs mutual understanding. Each of us should appreciate and respect the choice of the other. After all, without mutual understanding, forgiveness and love for each other, people can not get along together and avoid conflicts.