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    Unconditional Love

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    Unconditional Love My mother birthed me in twelve minutes. Mine was the seventh body to pass through her womb in ten years. She said I was born hungry and happy - a chubby smiling baby girl. I am surrounded by faces and touched by hands, cooed at and kissed. I am cradled in the tiny baby holder my dad built so that my mom could cook with me on the counter top. In the afternoons, when my older siblings come home from school, I am passed around; each takes their turn with me, trying to get

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    Mother Teresa's Unconditional Love

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    Mother Teresa’s Unconditional Love The book, One Heart Full of Love, is a combination of speeches and interviews featuring Mother Teresa given during the 1970’s and early 1980’s. It’s very obvious to me that Mother Teresa was a very simple woman. Each of the chapters in the book covers virtually the same information. The stories discussed in her speeches were all very similar. She seemed to use the same stories but add a little different twist depending on the crowd she was addressing. I really

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    cans. I need that. I mean, everybody does. These little actions might seem insignificant, but it’s an evidence of unconditional love. It makes you feel complete, and nothing else matters.” It takes time for me to digest his words, and experience what he feels. How could my thoughts be so shallow? How could I be so condescending? I may be wealthier, more educated, but without a love like that, the quality of my life will always be poorer than them. They have everything that I have been living without

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    In the novel The Sun Also Rises, written by Ernest Hemingway the main character makes a decision to introduce the woman he loves to a young bull fighter. Jake makes this decision very much against the will of his friends, but in doing so he pleases Brett.  Jake does this because he is unconditionally committed to Brett, and is willing to do whatever necessary to bring her happiness, even if it is only temporary. Jake's first reaction to the news that Brett is interested in

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    Unconditional love – Is It Healthy or Not? How precarious is it to love someone without one single condition? Is it even possible? Many people talk about unconditional loving as if they practice it all the time, but in reality, not many men or women know what unconditional love truly entails! The majority of adults talk the talk, but they absolutely do not walk the walk. Unconditional Love Explained The main reason why most people are unable to practice unconditional loving is because the meaning

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    Unconditional Love

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    Unconditional Love Love is extremely precious. With all the commitments and contracts and vows made, love continues to be precious. Asha Bandele, the author of and as The Prisoner's Wife: A Memoir, realizes that no matter if she is suspended from school or divorces her husband or disappoints her parents, love will conquer and triumph over hardships and mistakes. Asha was not a deprived child growing up in New York. She was able to attend respectable schools, live in a nuclear home, and have

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    to Merriam -Webster, one may describe love a “ profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.” The contradictory term for love is hatred, an existent that one person hates. With love, society can expect it to be unique, unconditional, and effortless. By experiencing this every day, I connect to love. My parents love me, but I love my Labradoodle. My friends love me, but I love traveling the world. God loves me, but I love the art of makeup. Love is the touch of my mother’s warm fingertips

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    define love, it is an intense feeling of deep affection. The love between two people should always be conditional. You can fall out of love as easily as it is to fall in love. Conditional love and unconditional love are two ways a person can show their love to one another. Conditional love can be earned by gaining loyalty and trust in another person. When you express conditional love, you love the person because of how they treat you and love you. Unconditional love is being able to love someone

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    According to Merriam -Webster, love can ultimately be described as a “ profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.” The contradictory term for love is hatred, something that one person hates. With love, we can expect it to be unique, unconditional, and effortless. By experiencing this every day, I connect to love. My parents love me, but I love my Labradoodle. My friends love me, but I love traveling the world. God loves me, but I love the art of makeup. Love is the touch of my mother’s

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    One was enough, but two? That was a little too much if you asked her years ago. Now it wasn’t enough. Every mother has an unconditional love towards her children no matter the circumstances. It would seem I was just a baby yesterday, but I was out of the house and moved out. The time between me beginning school and starting college a lot of things happened. Especially with me, I was a troubling child. Conflicts, life-changing events, and also happiness were experienced with my time as a child

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