We face the prospect of dying or being killed. There are two main subtexts here. When applied to 'war', it has almost the air of a novelty. If they're not - then I do not think it should apply. Any conduct is permissible in certain circumstances, as in Of course he called her-all's fair in love and war. Apparently about the time she moved, she broke up with her ex again. Therefore, it is natural for us to protect ourselves fiercely in the face of danger.
One soldier might have trained for years but gets hit by a tanker and dies while the private who volunteered might somehow manage to survive. I don't like that at all. All's fair in love and war. Cliché In some situations, such as when you are in love or waging war, you are allowed to be deceitful in order to get what you want. For example, calling up the guy's best friend to know where they are, or throwing a tantrum over small things, or even verbally hitting where it hurts while fighting. Similarly, stealing a friend's lover is seen as more acceptable if you love them, instead of say, just wanting them for money. Sloth and Torpor: A mind state of low energy, looking to fall asleep.
. To love and be loved? This can also be used to explain the phrase 'never hit a person when he is down'. To be loved a dream. However, if we were to have started seeing each other romantically while in another relationship - I do not believe that is right. Likewise, a soldier who kills an enemy who is coming toward him with an intent to harm, is no different. Emotionally its hard to resist the urges to do whatever it takes.
Otherwise, it is like sending a huge army with automatic guns and tanks to take on a small village, or a football star trying to win over the heart of the prettiest girl in school by competing with a guy who isn't that popular. Love is easy when things are going well, as it's easy for both people to take credit for their contributions to the relationship, but it's when things get tough that love is really tested. What you see is what they are really like. This has long been recognized in the theatre of war. Eventually we exchanged contact information and just talked as friends. The first and most relevant is the idea that you can wreak all the havoc you want during the pursuit of true love. This entire concept is mostly void with regards to the current political atmosphere of Earth.
In cases like this, I believe it's completely fair. Where war is concerned, if you are not the aggressor but the defender then you are only protecting that which is yours. Like many things in life, this saying is subjective and can be interpreted in many ways. Eventually she told me I was a major reason she broke up with her ex even though when she broke up with him, I was still in my other relationship. But the first American author to use it in American literature was John Pendleton Kennedy.
Kokemuller is an authorized substitute teacher and holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Iowa. I was under the impression she was single because she said she had just gotten out of an abusive relationship. She basically begged me to go see her for about a month, and eventually I did. When people casually use this phrase, they're usually trying to justify their own bad behavior in the romantic arena. It has been around for a long time right? Equanimity: Holding all things in an ease filled balance.
Compassion: The sympathetic reaction to others pain. And so is real love and real hatred and anything else that's real. To love is ridiculous, to love is sound. No one wants to raise their hand and admit they started a war or a fight, and it's important to remember during the lows in a relationship that most arguments and conflicts are caused to some degree by both people abuse and domestic violence excluded, of course. The only two areas of life in which you can be forgiven for doing anything are love and war. Personally, I'm not buying it. But again it depends on various things like who one is fighting, for what reasons, under what circumstances etc.
However, if they're in a relationship, and not happy, and they see something in you that they don't see in their current significant other, that's a different story. Yes, there are those who take the perspective that this phrase means only that love knows no logic and sees no race, gender, or financial status. Love and War are things to be compared and contrasted. All's fair in love and war, right? The whole quote to me is the fact that in love there is no winner. The war aspect can be explained in this way.