Unconditional, Eternal, Boundless Love

Freely given love has no beginning and no end; there is neither giver nor receiver, because each one is the giver and each one is the receiver.

The heart yearns for a safe haven in someone’s heart. Find a safe haven, when it is a safe haven. The eyes must be trained to see it differently. To find a love that lives beyond feelings. Love from the respect and from the heart of God, where we receive because we give, what neither of us wins and never, however, never gives.

Without a standard of excellence, we have no goal and no way of knowing when we are missing the mark. The apostle Paul wrote this timeless definition of perfect and unconditional love.

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; He is not arrogant or rude. He does not insist on his own way; is not irritable or resentful; He does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth. Love supports everything, believes everything, expects everything, supports everything. Love never fails.ï »¿[1 Corinthians 13.4-8]

Here are some thoughts reflected in these words.

Love is patient and will endure many slights and neglects from the loved one, and he waits a long time to see the beneficial effects of such patience on him.

Love is courteous and accommodating. That means that love is attentive to the needs of the loved one.

Love does not grieve for the good of others; neither of his gifts nor of his good qualities, of his honors nor of his estates.

Love does not exalt itself … it does not boast in a way that elevates oneself above others. It is not self-centered. When we focus on others, we talk less about ourselves.

Love is never indecent.

Love is the enemy of selfishness. He does not seek his own: his own path; your own domain; your own pleasure in the presence of others; your own attention to others, etc.

Love is not exasperated.

Love does not keep a scorecard of the ills suffered.

Love is obsessed with the Truth of God about other people … whoever is free from sin, cast the first stone. That is such an incredible statement, because a sinless person would never throw stones at another human being, no matter how horrible his sin is! God’s Truth about others is full of Grace and Mercy. And Eternal Love knows it. Love never takes pleasure in other people’s failures, or in the tragedies that happen to them, no matter how much they “deserve” it.

It is incomprehensible to me how Christians can hate other people. Being insulting, rude and even aggressive or having bad  onlyfans free trial links 
intentions towards those who do wrong is simply not like Christ. Racism cannot exist with Love. The desire to kill an abortionist is not compatible with the Love of God. Making hateful calls to those who speak out against Christianity or the values ​​of Christianity is totally inconsistent with the love of God.

Because Love knows that Love must be the center of our own life, even if no one else walks in love.