Life & Love

The Meaning Of Life Is Unconditional Love

Life & Love

Love & Existence:

Life is supposed to be full of love. There is nothing more than this. Love means loving people, but does not mean loving people only. Love is the very purpose of living. One chooses a path of life because you love going through that patch. Simply and sweetly put, it could be said that love is the purpose of existence.

One becomes more spiritual when one loves something. Both Buddha and Jesus taught us ultimately – Love is for everything and anything.

One lives positively when there is a will to love or when you love someone/ something. One should at least love oneself unconditionally.

I can state the following:
  • Life is love.
  • You cannot love what you don’t love.
  • Love is divine and always difficult.
  • Life is about finding love.
  • Live your life for love.
  • I always ask myself 'why is it always difficult to love?'
  • If love is not unconditional, then there is no love.
  • You are always happy with yourself when you are in love.
  • Love yourself with love. Find out how blissful life is to live for love.
  • Love at its fullest is important for life.
  • Love is just not a feeling, it’s a bond of life.
  • If you are happy from inside you are on track.
  • The biggest fear in life is when we lose that person or thing we love most.
  • It’s always a question – 'why is love the philosophy of life?'
Celebrations – Ceremonies For All Your Events: Ceremonies In Life Are All About Love
  • Marriage
  • Funerals and Memorials
  • Baby Naming
  • Blessingway
  • Milestone Birthdays
7 Ancient Greek Words Used To Define Different States Of Love:

Storge: natural affection, the love you share with your family.

Philia: the love that you have for friends.

Eros: a sexual and erotic desire kind of love (positive or negative).

Agape: is the unconditional love, or divine love.

Ludus: is playful love, like childish love or flirting.

Pragma: long standing love that is the love between a married couple.

Philautia: the love of self (negative or positive).


Love between two individuals can only begin if there is a trust factor based on truth and respect. The issue of love is to start giving. It's always difficult to stay in love. It's always easy to fall in love. Love is always a beautiful experience. If you can start finding out the meaning of the word 'love' then you have found love. The important question is, ‘Am I in love?’

What is the real purpose of a relationship of love in our lives? Is it to keep us from getting lonely? What is the term 'marriage' in real purpose and sense? Is it 'I feel great about you' or is it 'what can we do together?' 'Can we live together for the rest of our lives? Can we go through our troubles together?' For the purpose of genuine relationships, it is not merely the unlearning of illusions through disappointments, but the realization of your spiritual reality through fulfilling a greater purpose together. You can love someone intensely at the outset, but this is not yet real love. Therefore, do not base your relationship with love. Love ignites the flame, but what feeds the flame is your ability to share, express and demonstrate a real purpose in the world. A Relationship is not built on a spark; it is kept alive through the fire of love. Love is the result here. True love is often the focus on characters in popular books and movies, but what really is the meaning of true love? Disappointments are a part of life. You lose things you love. Things change that you had invested in. Things do not work out the way you had planned. You make mistakes, costly ones too. Experiencing disappointments are a part of being alive.

A 7-Step Prescription For Self-Love

Self-love is a popular term today that gets tossed around in normal conversation: “You have to love yourself more.” “Why don’t you love yourself?” “If you only loved yourself, this wouldn’t have happened to you.” “You can’t love another person until you love yourself first.” These are just a few of the self-love directives we give or suggest, for a way to more living fulfillment.

  • Become mindful.
  • Act on what you need rather than what you want.
  • Practice good self-care.
  • Set boundaries.
  • Protect yourself.
  • Forgive yourself.
  • Live intentionally.
Life & Love Love life. Always show love for life. Rather than complaining, be appreciative. Find opportunities that will give you the advantage to make life better to live.

True love doesn’t happen right away; It’s an ever-growing process. Falling in love with a woman can be one of the most wonderful and exciting things that happens in your life and also dangerous. Whether you’re beginning a relationship, or whether you’re in a long-term relationship, women will exhibit the same kind of behaviour when they have fallen in love with you.

10 Types Of Behaviour A Women Exhibits When She’s In Love:

  • Shy behaviour.
  • She gives you presents.
  • She acts slightly childish.
  • She shows interest in your life.
  • She starts the conversation.
  • She shows interested in what you do.
  • She wants to look good.
  • She always looks happy.
  • She can't look, you in the eye.
  • She pays attention to your needs and wants.

8 Reasons Women Fall Out Of Love:
  • The Honeymoon is Over.
  • They Stop Feeling Adored.
  • We’ve Changed (It’s Not You, It’s Me!).
  • Emotional Disconnect.
  • Boredom.
  • Wherefore Art Thou Chemistry?
  • Loss of Independence.
  • Constant Criticism.

8 Rules For Women Who Are Unlucky In Love:
  • Get off the pity train. Stop feeling sorry for yourself.
  • Never cry about a boy. I mean it! Never cry about a boy! They aren’t worth it.
  • Keep an air of mystery.
  • Only put in a 30% effort. This sounds harsh, but it is true.
  • Make him come to you.
  • Never see him with less than seven days’ notice. Ok, this doesn’t have to be hard and fast.
  • Never call him unless you are returning a call. Don’t be clingy.
  • Never return a call or text immediately.