The Law of Love Themes

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Meaning of Life

The meaning of life in The Law of Love involves a search for universal harmony and peace, which becomes Azucena's quest. In order to achieve harmony, individuals must open their hearts to Divine Love, which, Anacreonte explains, is "infi- nite. It is everywhere and entirely within reach at every moment." By the end of the novel, Azucena helps the inhabitants of Mexico City regain this peace: "The eyes of all present were able to look deep into the eyes of any other, without apprehension. No barrier existed. The other person was oneself. For a moment, all hearts harbored Divine Love equally. Everyone felt part of a whole. Like a mighty hurricane, love erased every vestige of rancor, of hatred."

Anger and Hatred

The novel chronicles the characters' past crimes against each other, which fills them with anger and hatred and results in a disharmonious universe. As...

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