Thursday, December 5, 2019
"The Duty" by Ankit Singh Gehlot
There is something to be said about unconditional love -- it's a perfect love. When you love someone unconditionally that means you accept the good and the bad. Is it difficult to love someone unconditionally? You bet it is. What does unconditional love look like? I'm afraid that answer is difficult and I can only thing of two examples -- God's love for us and more down to earth, the look on my cat's face when she sits in my lap purring and look's up at me. If you need an example of unconditional love, think of our furry friends, especially dogs. Both of my fur babies are waiting for me at the Bridge at Heaven's gate. However, when I was blessed with their presence, no matter the mood I was in, no matter how busy I was, no matter how long I had been gone from the house, they greeted me happiness and wagging tails. I knew they loved me unconditionally.
This Christmas I think we need to focus more on our ability to provide unconditional love, for self and toward others. Is it going to be easy? No! However, today's author, Ankit Singh Gehlot, gives us a wonderful insight into unconditional love in his book "The Duty." Please know this isn't a self-help book, rather it is a novel with a story.
May your day be filled with unconditional love and peace,
P.S. My mom is feeling a little better today. I know it is because of the 300,000 people who lifted her up in prayer yesterday. Thank you all for sending me your emails and prayers my way. I am truly blessed with the best authors and readers surrounding me in my life.
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