Love Has No Reasons
Reason It’s Unconditional
Love has no reason. When asked “why?” the answer is “ I don’t know, I just do.” Because love does not come from the mind to know but from the heart to feel.
Do we have any reasons to love our parents? No, because the love, care, and respect come from the inside. The feelings which we have for them are repressed when to verbalize.
The attachment has reasons, but love doesn’t.
Love and attachment seem pretty interconnected, but they are distinctly different.
Love is a positive feeling towards something or somebody, and attachment is an emotional need for something or somebody.
Love is selfless, and attachment is selfish.
We don’t love a dog to protect us or to obey us, we love a dog because we feel good to be with them.
So when we are with someone and we feel good to be with them and figuring out we don’t want anything from that person other than some attention, care, and respect- Defines love.
If you love someone for a reason, that implies that your love for them is dependent upon that reason. It places pressure on them to act a certain way or be a certain way, out of fear of losing your Love. There is a term for that, and it’s “conditional”
The way I see it, there is no such thing as conditional love. It’s unconditional, or it’s not Love.
So why should we Love someone?
Because we choose to.
Love needs no reason, no justification. We may recognize the things that make them a good candidate for a life partner, or we may recognize the things that we like about them. But when it comes to love, there is no reason. It may be the only thing in this life that is truly constant. Love just is.
And our choice to Love someone has nothing to do with who they are, and everything to do with who we are.
Love has no meaning if it isn’t shared. We have been created for greater things — to love and to be loved… To love a person without any conditions, without any expectations. Small things, done in great love, bring joy and peace. To love, it is necessary to give. To give, it is necessary to be free from selfishness. — Mother Teresa