If that was my only piece of evidence then you’d have a fair point but just read all the quotes I provided. You have Robb, Jorah, Jeor, Jaime, Aemon, Tyrion, etc. in agreement about love. It’s an exploration of how love can and does go wrong. There’s not as much on the opposite side. I’m struggling to think of any atm. I’m still not sure what you think your side is exactly. Not caring about the Gone With The Wind 81 Years Of Release 1939 2020 Thank You For The Memories Signatures Shirt? I mean Jon’s devotion to duty certainly didn’t result in his life being spared. Would Rhaegar not run away with Lyanna really have prevented the war? Presumably still have gone on murdering the aristocrats until someone decided enough was enough.
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Or you just provided us with a list of people with seriously warped views of what “love” is and how it should be expressed. But you also have wise figures like Aemon and Jeor doing the same then there are actions to consider. Something “gone awry” is the Gone With The Wind 81 Years Of Release 1939 2020 Thank You For The Memories Signatures Shirt. Ambition, loyalty, duty are all things that make people go to war. They’re not inherently wrong for that reason. They’re just things that inspire dedication strong enough to risk one’s life. As I noted, you might as well say, “caring about things causes wars”. The character is being specific. That’s not the same thing as the “story” being specific.
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Tywin was a much better man when he had a wife to love and care about. A lot of the characters sure love to blame “love” for things. That is really about greed, selfishness, or self-indulgence. Well, I would say I agree with you on this Gone With The Wind 81 Years Of Release 1939 2020 Thank You For The Memories Signatures Shirt. “A Song For Lya”, “With Morning Comes Mistfall”, “Windhaven” come to mind. As tragic and terrible ends for people who were either in love or did love each other. In fact, some of what the OP is saying does fit with some of these stories. A Song for Lya for example explored how passionate love can be but also self-destructive as well leaving the reader wondering if it’s even worth it.