I did not accidentally chose this topic. The problem that it affects, interests me not only as a reader, but also as a person entering into adulthood. Is it true that love has no place for selfishness? When a person loves, he no longer notices that it can be cold, painful, difficult. The main thing is that the one whom he loves, everything was fine. It seems to me that it is natural to make the person you love happy. If it’s bad for him, share his destiny.
To prove this, I would like to turn to Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky’s novel Crime and Punishment. Oh, this Sonechka Marmeladova! How much did she bear on her fragile shoulders… Fate does not give her peace and presents, as another test, the most all-enkindling love for Rodion Raskolnikov. It would seem that it
Let us recall Mikhail Afanasievich Bulgakov’s novel “Master and Margarita”. Like the novel itself, the love of the Master and Margarita fascinates me with its magical power. It is this power that helps the heroine not only survive the loss of her lover, but also bring him back. However, as usual in life, for this she will have to go through many things and decide on many things. The master lived his book, and Margarita lived with her and experienced it from time to time, page by page. The novel about Pilate became a symbol of their love. Margarita shares the fate of her Master. She is ready to exchange the mansion for the closet in the basement and experiences with each beloved every moment of testing. Just think: all this time she is happy because she loves and can share with the Master his defeat and, believe me, she would be happy even more if she could take all his troubles.
In my opinion, the happiness of each person is made up of the happiness of the one whom he loves. Therefore, true love, no doubt, will assume any burden, any fate.