unconditional love

“You can love an addict, but not unconditionally, because the ultimate condition is for him to get “treatment.”

— D.C. Hyden, The Sober Addict, Share via Whatsapp

“Good luck trying to really understand the words of a book full of contradictions and nutty claptrap about things like shellfish and slavery and homosexuality. Concepts quite removed from the simple unconditional love of God.”

— A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo, Share via Whatsapp

“Mind uses fancy phrases such as love or unconditional love to glorify its cravings. If you have indeed found the well of unconditional love inside you, you have found God.”

— Shunya, Share via Whatsapp

“While we tend to think of love as some faraway place, it is actually a place nearby that we have forgotten.”

— Vironika Tugaleva, The Love Mindset: An Unconventional Guide to Healing and Happiness, Share via Whatsapp

“The world is a chaotic place find a love that doesn t allow a home to have the same feeling.”

— Nikki Rowe, Share via Whatsapp

“it’s okay to love onseLf unconditionally so tHat U truly know U & can recognize the embedded healing & curing aspects & properties buried with-in U & Eye (all of us]”

— Irucka Ajani Embry, Balancing the Rift: Reconnectualizing the Pasenture, Share via Whatsapp

“Loving or accepting others unconditionally allows us to love and accept ourselves.”

— Tara Bianca, The Flower of Heaven: Opening the Divine Heart Through Conscious Friendship & Love Activism, Share via Whatsapp

“People like to say love is unconditional, but it s not, and even if it was unconditional, it s still never free. There s always an expectation attached. They always want something in return. Like they want you to be happy or whatever and that makes you automatically responsible for their happiness because they won t be happy unless you are ... I just don t want that responsibility.”

— Katja Millay, The Sea of Tranquility, Share via Whatsapp

“When you look into your mother’s eyes, you know that is the purest love you can find on this earth.”

— Mitch Albom, For One More Day, Share via Whatsapp

“It should be a privilege to be able to say I love you to someone. It shouldn t be something people say just because they feel like it. A privilege that is earned. They say you have to earn the right to be loved; no, love is unconditional, if you love someone, they don t have to earn it. But. The right to tell someone that you love them? That has to be earned. You have to earn the right to be believed.”

— C. JoyBell C., Share via Whatsapp

“Unconditional love is hard to compete with.”

— Abbi Glines, Because of Low, Share via Whatsapp

“But the last one: the baby who trails her scent like a flag of surrender through your life when there will be no more coming after - oh, that s love by a different name. She is the babe you hold in your arms for an hour after she s gone to sleep. If you put her down in the crib, she might wake up changed and fly away. So instead you rock by the window, drinking the light from her skin, breathing her exhaled dreams. Your heart bays to the double crescent moons of closed lashes on her cheeks. She s the one you can t put down.”

— Barbara Kingsolver, The Poisonwood Bible, Share via Whatsapp

“This is what our love is––a sacred pattern of unbroken unity sewn flawlessly invisible inside all other images, thoughts, smells, and sounds.”

— Aberjhani, The River of Winged Dreams, Share via Whatsapp

“God has brought a very wise Japanese lady into my life who lives in Calif. We ve never met, but she has shared a tremendous amount of wisdom with me concerning unconditional love within relationships. Here is one of the things she said to me this evening when we were discussing Soul Mates. Soul mates aren t perfect people. They can come into your life and provide polar emotional experiences from intense love to intense pain. Growth comes from both. And a soul mate helps you grow. It isn t just ...and they lived happily ever after but ...and they lived! ~ From my mentor ~ Lori Chidori Phillips”

— Dianne Rosena Jones, Share via Whatsapp

“But I give best when I give from that deeper place; when I give simply, freely and generously, and sometimes for no particular reason. I give best when I give from my heart.”

— Steve Goodier, Share via Whatsapp

“All you have to do is revise your point of view. Instead of trying to achieve perfection, simply relax and enjoy human imperfectability. With that perspective you achieve the ultimate godhead. You see man as infinite possibility always in the process of becoming. You see finally that man, in emulating the creative process, is nothing less than God.”

— Robert H. Rimmer, That Girl from Boston, Share via Whatsapp

“We are to love God most importantly so that we can grow to love people as he loved us, not so that we can feel more divine and worthy than the worldly.”

— Criss Jami, Killosophy, Share via Whatsapp