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There is unconditional love, like that between a parent and their child, God and his creation and there can also be unconditional love between a man and a woman. Thinking not of yourself and putting the other persons well being before your own, doing what is right for them. Loving them and expecting nothing in return. It is also possible for someone to love you unconditionally but that does not mean that they will remain by your side. If a person goes away it does not mean that they stop loving you, there could and often are many more reasons involved.
I really agree with your view. I thought people no longer think true love exist. I have seen selfless & unconditional love in my life so thought why not ask people about this. Thanks for your views. Take care
Unconditional love is the surrender of "me for thee". It is about the conquest of self and not the conquest of another. It is about the priviledge of giving instead of taking. Does it exist? I have seen it in mothers, almost every one. I have rarely seen it in couples. Perhaps it is so honored because it is so rare. I do think people come close as they spend lives together, growing, changing and maturing. Time has a way of swallowing up conditions. I envy mothers. I think thier beauty is the consequence of unconditional love. Perhaps the most difficult thing in life is to love with the expectation of nothing in return; It takes so long for love to grow up!
by Dawn Michael6 years ago
Do people really love their spouse unconditionaly or do they place conditions on their love?
by Jenny Pugh21 months ago
What is the difference between "unconditional love" and "true love"?These phrases are becoming common, do we really understand them?
by annmarie_west8 years ago
Love feeds on the joy that comes from within. Feelings strengthened by thinking thoughts of kindness, peace, hope and success toward the one that is loved. It needs no invitation, no encouragement, no telling, no...
by FOOFOO GUY7 years ago
Unconditional love is impractical; the very theory of it is a trap designed to snare newly weds in the abyss that is marriage and inevitable divorce? We create sociologigal expectations of each other that are both...
by Mohan Kumar6 years ago
Can love be truly ' unconditional'?Literature is strewn with 'unconditional' love- can this really be, can we just love without reciprocity and understanding, without a return for our passion and persistence?
by chiefmomofficer13 months ago
Do you believe that children love their parents unconditionally?Some believe that parents have unconditional love for their children, but do children love their parents unconditionally too?
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