Do you believe in unconditional love? We talk about it as if it is possible but is your love truly unconditional. We know God loves us unconditionally. He loves us like we are His children. And I would believe that for most of us the love of our children is as close to unconditional as we can get. But….do you have a breaking point? A point when enough is just truly enough. Have you lived that reality? If so, I can imagine it would be one of the most painful experiences to face.
Throughout the centuries God has had to teach us, forgive us, love us, forgive us, teach us again, forgive us and the pattern continues on and on. But one thing that doesn’t change is His love for us.
When it comes to how we love, we talk about “falling” in love. Falling is a scary thought. True love can fill us with fear. Fear of that love not being reciprocated, fear of being hurt, fear of losing ourselves in another person. But love can also fill us with hope, joy and complete inner peace, a vibrant energy that with it we are free to do and be anything.
Does the positive outweigh the negative? For me, that answer is yes. Look into the eyes of someone you love, don’t use any words, just touch the person on the shoulder and feel your heart. Can you feel the energy – the electric surge of connection? Can you feel yourself connected to something more, something greater than yourself.
Now, think of God. Think about God’s love for us. Think about His connection. Meditate or pray, speak to God directly. Can you feel it? Can you feel the love and energy that He is sending around you and through you. As you feel the power of this moment, remember that this love is unconditional. It is there for you and only you. It is meant to give you hope, joy and peace. Enjoy the moment and bring it with you throughout your day knowing that you are special, unique, cared for and forever loved!
Wishing you Grace, Peace & Healthy Living,