Key To Beautiful Relationships: "Unconditional Love" (Part 2)
Loving others without expectations is the 𝗹𝗼𝘃𝗲 that never gives you any unhappiness at any cost. Loving with desires and fixed demands will make love like a business deal. You give me such and such an emotion or particular word or a certain type of action, which I like and I will give you back what you like. On the other hand, 𝗹𝗼𝘃𝗲 that does not demand and also love that just exists without the requirement of any fixed conditions to be met is sometimes seen as a love that cannot exist.
➤But it is the 𝗹𝗼𝘃𝗲 which God is full of. By connecting with Him and seeing each human being as a loveful soul, who is my spiritual brother and a child of God, the ocean of unconditional love; I become a source of giving such a love to others. Also, such a vision for everyone in which 𝗹𝗼𝘃𝗲 flows to the other person unconditionally because of our eternal relationship of spiritual brotherhood makes life very uncomplicated. In such a relationship you don’t feel tired or pressurized when love is not received and sometimes the other person does not return your love as much as you would like.
➤People have misunderstood the true meaning of the pure emotion of love and given it an impure form by mixing it with attachment, which always brings sorrow with it. Attachment-filled love hurts. This is because it comes with many strings or bondages with it. That is why many relationships where attachment is the foundation, tend to break after the initial phase of the relationship is full of happiness and lots of promises.
➤Very soon, people, because they are not perfect, are not able to reach up to the other person’s level of expectations. Also, they are not able to adjust to the other person’s nature and way of thinking and working, whether it is in personal relationships or in professional ones. This is because love is a characteristic that is the key to making any relationship successful and here we are not talking only about relationships involving life partners.
(To be continued tomorrow...)
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