Have you ever experienced something so beautiful, so magnificent, that any .
ghastly occurrence doesn't seem possible? Altering judgement, love can blind and .
misrepresent itself in the most dreadful ways. William March quotes how Love, most .
dreadfully, can disguise hate. Agreeing with March, love is a well-knitted disguise to hate .
and can destroy when needed; as seen in "The Scarlet Letter" and with Cao Cao of the .
Han Dynasty. .
False love, binding two people together, makes destruction easier to accomplish. .
Chiilinsworth pretends to love, therefore caring for Dimmesdale-the man who slept with .
his wife. Seeking revenge, Chillingworth continues to leach out the life from .
Dimmesdale. Appearing like a wonderful and caring relationship, hate-covered up by .
love- quickly turns it to death. The beautiful flower of a relationship was removed pedal .
by pedal until hate accomplishes its most dreadful purpose. .
Seeming nearly impossible to separate, hate wearing the mask of love, demolishes .
a precious brotherhood. Cao Cao, sworn to brotherhood with Liu Bei, helps the Han .
Dynasty fight and annihilate the corrupt authority. Cao Cao then unmasks his hate, .
revealing that he now fights for the corrupt authority. How can something so sweet, turn .
sour? In the final battle, Liu Bei kills the traitor, Cao Cao, along with the hate that .
destroyed their loving brotherhood. .
Accurate in William March's assertion, "Love can be the most dreadful disguise .
that hate assumes." In the "Scarlet Letter", Chillingsworth uses love to disguise his hate, .
slowly leaching the life out of Dimmesdale. Cao Cao of the Han Dynasty uses love as a .
blanket to cover up his detestable and traitorous behaviors. Love, through hate, can blind .
and misrepresent itself in order to destroy.