Whoever loves must share the fate of the one whom he loves

Whoever loves must share the fate of the one whom he loves

Through the entire novel Bulgakov’s “Master and Margarita” is the leitmotif of Mercy of Margarita, a charity dictated by great love. Her feeling is overwhelming and boundless. Therefore, the phrase given in the title of my work accurately describes the history of the relationship between the Master and Margarita.

Through the entire novel Bulgakov’s “Master and Margarita” is the leitmotif of Mercy of Margarita, a charity dictated by great love. Her feeling is overwhelming and boundless. Therefore, the phrase given in the title of my work accurately describes the history of the relationship between the Master and Margarita. I believe that the real can be called only that love, which does not require anything in return. This applies to all love (and

not just the relationship between a man and a woman): the love of children for parents (and vice versa), love for friends and in general love for one’s neighbor. After all, it was such disinterested love that Jesus Christ preached. The good deeds that we create, motivated by love, benefit our neighbors, and sometimes good things come back to us a hundredfold. But still, when doing good, you can not be guided by selfish goals, because love does not imply the concept of “must” or inferences “if I help him, then at the right moment he will be obligated to help me.” All good deeds are done only at the call of the heart.

So Marguerite – always acted, listening to the dictates of her own heart, and all her motives were sincere. For her, the Master encloses the whole world, and in the novel of the beloved – the purpose of her life. Marguerite is determined to do anything for the sake of the Master, and this inspiration is inspired by love. It is she who creates wonderful things: Margarita is ready to go with the Master in the last way, and in this act her self-sacrifice is most clearly manifested. She is ready to share the fate of the Master, she is ready even to make a deal with the devil to save his beloved. Besides, even becoming a witch, she does not lose her good motives. Margarita’s

love never demanded a return, she was a giver, not a taker. This is the essence of true love. In another way it can not be. And God willing to experience such a real feeling for someone who is worthy of it. In every person’s life there are enthusiasm. First, a spark ignites, and then it seems that here it happened – this is the long-awaited high feeling. Sometimes the feeling of love lasts a long time, sometimes illusions are broken almost immediately. But true love, however grandiloquent this may sound, happens every 100 years. Bulgakov describes this kind of love. Such love describes Kuprin in the story “Pomegranate Bracelet”. The difference between the love stories depicted in these works is only that in the novel “Master and Margarita” this feeling is mutual. happens every 100 years. Bulgakov describes this kind of love. Such love describes Kuprin in the story “Pomegranate Bracelet”. The difference between the love stories depicted in these works is only that in the novel “Master and Margarita” this feeling is mutual. happens every 100 years. Bulgakov describes this kind of love. Such love describes Kuprin in the story “Pomegranate Bracelet”. The difference between the love stories depicted in these works is only that in the novel “Master and Margarita” this feeling is mutual.

I also believe that the phrase “Who loves should share the fate of the one he loves” is in tune with the expression of Saint Exupery “We are responsible for those who have tamed.” We must be responsible for our feelings and, therefore, always share the fate of our loved ones.


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Whoever loves must share the fate of the one whom he loves