Summary – Unconditional Love
I’m very sorry for not posting, it has been a very busy day these past few days. I’m preparing for my brother’s wedding.
It’s time like this that we usually understand what unconditional love means. Loving someone, and prepare to give everything we had just to make things work for him/her. Most importantly, there’s no rewards or payback insisted.
This is in my opinion of the greatest paradox in life. Allow me to explain..
When we talk about unconditional love, what exactly do we aim to achieve by talking about it? Most of the time we want to be on the receiving end of the unconditional love. Meaning, we really like it if there’s a person or two that actually love us unconditionally.
The only way we can be loved unconditionally by someone, is by actually loving that someone unconditionally. No other way. Here’s where it become interesting.
If we love someone with the intention to be loved, then there’s not “Unconditional”. In fact that is very conditional.
I’m sorry to break it to you, but there’s no way we can ask for unconditional love. We can only give it away.
So guys… let’s start with the family, Give away your unconditional love. If your mother ask you to drive her, do it with a smile. It’s the least we can do after the life-threatening experience she had when we were born. Never expect she will chip in with the petrol or toll.
Some people in life deserve that…
- I wonder –
Has anyone ever do the same to you, offering you help when there’s nothing he can gain back from you?
—————- Personal Note ————–
I’m sorry for the typo, but the wedding is not yesterday. It is actually today about 5 hours from the time I’m typing this.
The next day there will be a small feast at the bride’s house, and the next day after that (Sunday), it will be at my house
Anybody in Kedah? You’re invited