Is it worth loving someone unconditionally ??

@aishanee (443)
Cuttack, India
July 3, 2017 11:32pm CST
Hello dear friends, I have come across many people and various articles that tell us that love is meant for giving only.. and we are suppose to love unconditionally, without expecting anything in return. Is it really possible to let the love flow without any exepctations? Does everyone really deserve to be loved unconditinally? Does loving someone unconditionally make you vulnerable to being taken for granted or being misunderstood ? I am waiting hear from all of you.Please feel free to voice your opinion on the same.Happy Mylotting!
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@shaynas (5529)
• India
4 Jul 17
I feel the only unconditional love we see is what a mother shares with their kids, or a way a small kid loves the mother back. that is unconditional. Other than that, i feel loving unconditionally is difficult. We are human, and its normal to expect back when we give so much.
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
very well said,the kind of love that a mother shares with a child is so pure.sadly,children fail to understand it until they become parents one day.thank you for sharing your lovely thoughts here.
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@shaynas (5529)
• India
4 Jul 17
@aishanee A small child always love unconditionally. I have a 2 year old and i know this. As a parent, some can turn selfish (unfortunately), expecting our kids to take care of us when we grow old. This is good if they do, but we should not expect it either. We should be unconditional enough to let it go even if they don't look after us :)
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
@shaynas yes.I feel the same too.I highly appreciate the way you look at it.
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@atoz1to10 (6829)
• Australia
4 Jul 17
love is supposed to go both way... but then when we are in love, we tend to give and don't want anything back. You can love someone unconditionally but I'm sure we have a little bit of our expectation in there... If the other person knows your love for him/her and cherish it then it's good, but if that person keeps putting you down or have no respect for you then...move on... Don't waste your love...
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
In a present day scenario,It is extremely important to know people well before you let them into you lives and it's an equally challenging task to differentiate the few handful of good people among a rotten lot.Thanks a lot for your views here :)
@atoz1to10 (6829)
• Australia
4 Jul 17
@aishanee no worry... I hope you are not in that situation...
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
@atoz1to10 just a random thought.nothing personal.Thank you for your kind concern for me :)
@mandala100 (43265)
• Hong Kong
4 Jul 17
I think it is a two-way street for us human beings---to love and be love in do return. It is only God who can love us unconditionally.
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
what a mind blowing response to the post. your thoughs are so pure.i am forunate that ! have found a soul that has an inclination to spiritualism and believes in the almighty.very very well said my friend :)
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@mandala100 (43265)
• Hong Kong
5 Jul 17
@aishanee Thank you my friend. I believe in the Spiritual Dimension of our life here in the world.
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
5 Jul 17
@mandala100 so good to know that and so do I.
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@Tracy04 (10792)
• Malaysia
4 Jul 17
In my opinion, it is good to love someone with no conditions. If you love someone because of something they had, that's not true love.
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
i respect your thoughts.but if i were to love some one unconditionally and the person isn't deserving what must i do?still continue loving them without any expectations?
@Tracy04 (10792)
• Malaysia
4 Jul 17
@aishanee Hard to answer that questions in this sinful world and publicly. Only we ourselves can answer that, with help from God.
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@Tracy04 (10792)
• Malaysia
5 Jul 17
@aishanee Glad to be able to share knowledge with you
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
4 Jul 17
I think love cannot be measured.
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
if love can't be measured then why is it called 'depth of love'? ..lol
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
6 Jul 17
@aishanee I still stick to my opinion.
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@dpk262006 (56163)
• Delhi, India
4 Jul 17
In the present scenario nothing happens without a cause, same is the case with love. Most of the people do not believe in unconditional love, when they fall in love with someone, they have high expectations from their counter part and when the expectations do not get fulfilled, they feel depressed and dejected.
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
Very rightly saido and very well observed .I appreciate your thoughtime in this regard.
@dpk262006 (56163)
• Delhi, India
5 Jul 17
@aishanee Glad that you liked my thoughts.
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@gilggg (2667)
• Israel
4 Jul 17
loving someone unconditionally can be only for a parent love his child, but between a couple it wont last long it must be both ways...
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
yes,the love of a mother for her child has no parallels.They are our God in the form of human.we should always be grateful to our parents and always be by their side.
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@gilggg (2667)
• Israel
4 Jul 17
@aishanee I think the love of a father also can be unconditionally
@cahaya1983 (10053)
• Malaysia
4 Jul 17
I think it's normal to expect to be loved in return when we love someone. But I guess there are exceptions, such as in the case of a mother loving her child.
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
yes,I agree with you.as they say, its easier said than done.Love always expects to be loved back in return and that's where we fail.
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@prashu228 (25811)
• India
4 Jul 17
I don't think it's possible to love unconditionally
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@aishanee (443)
• Cuttack, India
4 Jul 17
may be you are right.we need to receive unconditional love from someone in the first place to pass it forward
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