Can universal unconditional love be unrequited love?


Question: Can universal unconditional love be unrequited love?
If God is everywhere plus likes you all, does which not signify all of us love God?

Answer by WATCHER
Love is action. God likes you by His actions towards as well as for you. We don’t usually love Him back by the actions.

Answer by Mommy Honey

8 thoughts on “Can universal unconditional love be unrequited love?

  1. Salam

    I am 20 now and from everything i have seen and experienced i know God is real. But i sin as does everyone else does. And my biggest sin would be the Ouija Board. Even though i had and experiences with it and told God i wouldn’t play it 6 months ago my friend who has one wanted to see if it was real. Well now she likes playing it and now i have gotten in to playing it again. I don’t understand why its just i like educating my self on this subject. I was told i was gonna burn in hell by someone. They said i don’t love Jesus? But i do love him and God. Not to mention i have angelic tattoos of the Virgin Marry and saint Michael defeating the devil. I just wanna know why pastors and some ministers think they are better than you and doom you to hell? O me God knows everything were gonna do and go through in life and understands why we do it. He is the God of love and forgiveness isn’t he? I believe so

  2. everydayGuitarist

    Alright people

    Alot of times people say “I love you”

    Sometimes they have an agenda and sometimes its true

    but What is Unconditional Love?

    Would there be people who can really love someone, No Matter What?

    Where can it be found. Family, Couples etc…

    Seriously this is something that i pose to all of you reading this

    Do you have an answer

  3. stingerms

    I mean is there such a thing as unconditional love? Everyone has at least one reason why they love their boy friends and their girl friends, maybe because they have a nice face, a nice cup size, or money and intelligence, but is there such a thing as love for no reason?

  4. mavis24

    I can only think of a few scenarios where love is unconditional. It usually involves the love between a parent and a child. But doesn’t that form of love involve require the biggest condition of all? Don’t parents love their children only because they are related to them? If you don’t think this is true, look at how quickly a family falls apart when it’s revealed that a child isn’t really related to their parent. I sometimes value conditional love more because people love me because they enjoy my company, or a quality about me instead of loving me because I share their genes. Is that wrong?

  5. SKATEskum

    Unconditional Love: Unconditional love is a term that means to love someone regardless of his actions or beliefs. It is a concept comparable to true love, a term which is more frequently used to describe love between lovers.
    It has also been used in a religious context to describe God’s love for humankind through the forgiveness of Christ.

    How could a man or woman leave their spouse if their love is unconditional, meaning ‘regardless of what you do, I will love and forgive you’?????
    Not talking about unsafe marriages.

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