Have you ever experienced unconditional love?
Outside of our parents and God, have you ever experienced unconditional love from anyone?
Totally, it comes from inside. Once you feel that it doesn't go away, and it extends its reach to all of creation. I find that you get what you give. So go on, give unconditional love and there's a mighty good chance you'll receive it back--from yourself as well as from others.
I have been experiencing it for almost 25 years with my husband. For this, I consider myself to be the luckiest woman in the world.
As a child I never got unconditional love from my parents...and so was never sure what it really felt like until I found my husband...
But lately, for the last few years, there are two very beautiful creatures who love me unconditionally, and I want to enjoy this moments till it lasts...every now and then my little daughters, cheerfully come up and say 'Love you' and often selflessly give me a hug for no reason, and this afternoon as I was lying in bed with a fever, my 4yr old and 2yr old gently (without making noise!) came and clumsily but confidently put a blanket on me!!!! They do so many things in a day to try to express their love (even when I'm upset at times with something), that I see my God in them...big hugs to my lovely children!!!!!
Sometimes the smallest and the most innocent acts of unselfish kindness can be felt like unconditional love...
a tuff one to answer. the only person i have loved deeply is my wife.is her love unconditional?
i have no idea.at times it is.most times it is i guess but at times one is unsure.we are so deeply tied together it is tuff to decide.
Yes I have experienced unconditional Love and for that I am really thankful to God. In present world, it is a rare thing and to experience it one has to blessed by Almighty.
Hmmm.....unconditional love ....over the years I have always questioned myself whether God really exists or not.And I have always gotten the answer yes. Yes God does exist and his presence can be felt in every living creature.For me my parents are God to me and over the years they have always given me unconditional love. They have always stood by me in every situation. And I can say the same for my husband and my kids.I am thankful to God for blessing me with such a wonderful family.
From my wife and children. Same goes with me to my family members. We do for each others from our hearts without any returns.
Yes, from my husband, who is no longer alive. I miss that support and unconditional love he offered while he was alive. I don't think I received total unconditional love and acceptance from anyone else, including my parents.
A lot of time i felt it. but not always a love between man and woman relationship.
Still, I do not know that humans have the capacity. My perception is that it has to be given from an extremely high plane of spirituality. Such as comes from the elevated yet humble Souls: Buddha, Christ, Krishna ...
I sat at the feet of one such Being who shared it with me. I guess that the next closest thing would be the Mother's love. But as we all know, no matter how noble, it has its foibles.
I hope everyone here has experienced unconditional love. That is the way that love should be between parents and their children.
Love lives within us, never outside us. You experience unconditional love each day because if you don't love yourself unconditionally, you can not love anyone else.
Relying on other people to make us feel loved and the whole is the ultimate fantasy.
As every one else I had parents and grandparents who have loved me unconditionally and now I have my own children, my husband, my family, my close friends who love me and I love them back, unconditionally...but my love is linked to the life source energy, it comes within me, it starts with me.....
Not from people. They say that animals - pets - are about the only creatures that can truly love unconditionally and selflessly. They don't care if you're beautiful or ugly; rich or poor. They have no knowledge or understanding of such things.
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