Sunday, September 24, 2006

In my life, I love you more

Is it possible to be in love with two people at the same time? Explain.

What does unconditional love look like to you? Explain.

Update: Dearest blurkers ... come on now, don't be shy ... you can answer anonymously you know ... ;)

11 Comments:

At 2:54 PM , Blogger Kafaleni said...

Yes. I don't know how, but I know it happens. Being in love with someone and acting on it are two different things, though.

To me, unconditional love is putting the best for someone else ahead of your own needs and wants and loving them despite their flaws.
For me, this is represented in its purest form with the death of Jesus on the cross. He didn't have to do it, I believe that he didn't really want to do it (He asked, in prayer more than once, if there was another way, or "if this cup could be taken from me"), but He did it anyway, because he knew it was what was needed to make the difference.

 
At 6:21 PM , Anonymous Jeff Meyerson said...

Is it possible? Yes, what Kaf said. Is it acceptable to be involved with two people at once? I don't think so.

(Why does everything come back to Higgy's favorite show, Grey's Anatomy?)

Yeah, it's tough sometimes, but you have to choose.

Unconditional love: the love of a parent for a newborn baby.

 
At 6:22 PM , Anonymous Jeff Meyerson said...

FIJI?

Did you say Fiji, Punky?

Is there something you're not telling us?

 
At 8:33 PM , Blogger Sarah O. said...

What Jeff said.

My hubby loves Grey's Anatomy, too.

Yeah, I noticed the Fiji the other day. Do they show Grey's Anatomy in Fiji?

 
At 8:49 PM , Blogger punky said...

It throws off the stalkers. ;)

 
At 11:13 AM , Blogger Higgy said...

What Jeff said. Especially the bit about unconditional love - when I look at Owen, it's pretty darn obvious.

And I've watched the series premier this season twice already. I LOVE Grey's Anatomy.

It took me 20 minutes to find this dang Fiji reference...

 
At 5:08 PM , Blogger MrFisher said...

possible to be there, impossible to give all of yourself to one.

Without question, it looks Gandhi, and he looks a helluva lot like forgiveness. And that's a truly wonderful thing. That man (supposedly) forgave the guy who shot as he was dying from the wound. Go Gandhi! Go Gandhi! It's yo Birthday! (well next week.) Ok, Let me (try to) explain, ;), people will hurt you, disappoint you, or upset you, and whether it's intentional or not, it happens. Alot. There are very few people in our lives who can hurt us on a continual basis and no matter how bad it may be, we never let the seed of hate harbor, because before it ever has a chance to, we always forgive them. Always. Unconditionally.

 
At 5:09 PM , Blogger MrFisher said...

insert like and him

(you'll know where)

 
At 8:42 PM , Anonymous Sallyacious said...

I don't think it is possible to be in love with two different people at the same time. In lust with them, yes.

Unconditional love? Acceptance and forgiveness. Several people above me have already explained it eloquently.

 
At 9:08 AM , Anonymous kibby F5 said...

Yep

... and

Yep!

 
At 12:00 PM , Anonymous Eleanor said...

what kibby said! :)

But I think unconditional love only works in parent/child relationships, not with lovers/spouses, etc.

 

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