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UNCONDITIONAL LOVE

UNCONDITIONAL LOVE   By SpiritualDictionary.com

Part of Spiritual understanding is that we should have ‘Unconditional love for all’ but what does that really mean? In most cases it is far easier said than done. Can you have unconditional love for people such as Hitler, Sadaam Hussein or Charles Manson? We tend to judge people on their actions, and according to our morals and beliefs…Not theirs. We have all heard the story of a Jehovah’s Witness whose daughter died because he would not give her a life-saving blood transfusion. He stuck to his belief…exactly the way that you would stick to yours, albeit opposite. Up until quite recently the Australian Government ‘believed’ that you must take Aboriginal children from their parents so that they could become more civilized. And in Africa (1950s) you could get a license to shoot the Bushman tribe for sport. Even today in some African tribes, when twins are born the parents believe the weakest should be killed to make the other stronger. America and Europe used to believe that Slavery was the way it should be, and that the ‘Red Indians’ were an inferior race. Look at all the Countries today where there are ‘Religious wars’, or just wars for financial gain or power. Even those that had Jesus crucified believed it was the right thing to do. If you were brought up to believe in one of the above, you would believe it was the right thing to do too…until you learned otherwise. These examples only illustrate that we must never judge someone for their actions. (Not an easy thing to do) If they are doing what ‘They believe is right’ then it is right for them. (And that they chose to experience that lesson too.) Without learning and experiencing, we cannot evolve. Unconditional love therefore means that we accept people for who they are, their beliefs and their actions, even though it may be the opposite of ours. Not an easy lesson.

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