“There are numerous works, often classics, which center on the trials and tribulations of a loving relationship. However, upon examination of these novels as a mirror to everyday individuals, it can be established that people are not able to distinguish between true love and their other emotions. There are those that, beyond doubt, possess true love yet are unable to acknowledge it while there are still those who believe they are in the throes of love when, indeed, they are not. After reading both Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bront and Wuthering Heights by Emily Bront, it becomes evident that the situation of undistinguishable love is a prevalent affair between the protagonists. In Jane Eyre, it becomes evident that the relationship between Jane and Rochester is one of definite and eternal love; a bond that strengthens them as true love should. On the contrary, such is not the case with Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights. In their situation, there lies only the obsession with love, and the need to feel fulfilled. Through close examination of the lovers compatibility, the trials they endure and their relations with others, the true nature of the protagonists love will emerge. _x000D_

“The only way in which a human being can make some approach to knowing the whole of a subject is by hearing what can be said about it by persons of every variety of opinion and studying all modes in which it can be looked at by every character of mind.  No wise mind man ever acquired his wisdom in any mode but this.  John Stuart Mills.  Terrorism is one of the biggest problems in the world primarily because of opposing viewpoints or conflicts (which generate because abundant diverse people have different lifestyles, religions, beliefs and cultures), fear and media also play a great factor in terrorism._x000D_
First of all we must define terrorism.  Although there is no universal accepted definition for the word terrorism, if you pick up a dictionary it would probably read this: The systematic use of terror as a means of coercion.  In other words we could say that terrorism can be generally describe as the systematic use of random violence (against innocents) in order to bring about or make a point of view come across and change something (sometimes politically) through fear, intimidation or force.  However Rex A. Hudson, the author of Who becomes a Terrorist and why, points out that the definitions of terrorism vary widely and are usually inadequate.  Even terrorism researchers often neglect to define the term.  Theres this common saying that One mans terrorist is another mans freedom fighter with this in mind looking through the eyes of a Middle East person theres a slightly distinction of what they think terrorism is, or who they think _x000D_
is a terrorist.  I would even bet that the definition on their dictionary about terrorism is probably different from ours.  That is if they have a dictionary.  Many believe that a mid-eastern person would even accuse the U.S. government of being and acting in terrorist ways.  Obviously there are strong opposing viewpoints here to discuss.  Now with the definition in mind w… “