Thanks everyone for your insights on 'Unconditional Love'.
It seems to always come back to the same thing. Everyone brought up really good points.
*The love a mother has/should have for her child.
*You make a sacrafice for someone without a second thought.
*You feel with them.
*It's a love that truely knows no bounds.
*It may be easier to give than to feel or accept.
*It's pure and accepting.
*It's when a person's flaws are perfect for you.
*It just is. No strings attached. You either do or you don't. You should.
*It's part of loving yourself.
Another thing that amazes me is Stuart. He's brilliant and I love him to bits. One day we were talking about something and he said,
"When the time comes I'm not going to welcome (person) back with open arms because I've had my arm around them the whole time."
I might just like to play with words but that statement really amazed me. Do we always think about what we're really saying? The best part was that he really meant it.
We're all sinners and yet we're all worthy of Unconditional Love so why don't we do it more? If you don't feel like you're loved Uncondionally what's really stopping you from doing it to someone else? If you want it back maybe you have to give it more. If you are loved Unconditionally are you doing it to everyone to show them how great it feels?
This weeks challenge to all: Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.
It'll make you happy. Promise. Repair a relationship for the sake of it. Life's too short to have regrets.