Unconditional Love

Someone will enter your life and love you the way you need to be loved. Unconditionally. Perhaps that door has already opened…

“I might have to love you, but I don’t have to like you,” is an attitude we typically reserve for our children or parents. They are what they are to us and nothing can ever change that. It means we understand that we will not always approve of their behaviors and choices in life, but they are still family to us and our love for them will continue to exist, even when they fail us.

It’s a very rare thing to find that person who we are not bound by blood with, yet still feel the same about. That person you know you don’t ever want to leave your life. That person you can take off all your masks and be real with. That person who really knows us, so we know we can run to them with both the good and bad in life and they will understand how it affects us.

Have you ever loved anyone besides your parents or children with unconditional love? Have you ever been loved that way by someone? It is the ultimate gift someone can give you. Don’t think you don’t deserve it, because you do! Just be worthy of it and if you fail that person, then put a little effort into making things up to them. It won’t take much on your part; after all, they love you unconditionally. Isn’t that pretty freaking amazing that anyone could feel that way about you?