One definition of love…

Love is difficult to define, and there maybe different definitions. But one definition of love, and perhaps the most pure and exalted kind of love, is an utter, absolute, and unqualified wish for the other’s happiness of another individual. ~Howard Cutler

How many of us think that when they find love they will find something for themselves, like happiness, harmony, somebody will make our life complete, fill “hole” inside, save us from loneliness through giving Us attention, kindness, affection, love, endearment. But actually main point of love is to give. Genuinely wish somebody happiness, to give all those things first of all. Love is not to take, but to give. So simple notion, but so deeply unknown…

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8 thoughts on “One definition of love…

  1. thisbrokenhearthashope says:

    I love that quote and wholeheartedly agree. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Jolene says:

    WOW I too really love that quote!!! So so good and so true!!

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  4. […] truly, unabashedly love with all of me, I came across a beautiful quote that speaks volumes (thanks whiteecrow!). Love is difficult to define, and there maybe different definitions. But one definition of love, […]

  5. thaitieuthu says:

    To love is to give it freely to the people who love us. They will, in return trust and love us more. It’s a positive cycle. That one genuine love. If we just take it in for ourselves, and do not give back to the loved ones, the love will not flow naturally and of course come back to us. Love is a form of energy. It can not be kept within an individual, it has to be tranformed and yes, flows within a cycle.

    The art of receiving is when we start giving. Life is a living paradox. The beauty of it is seen by the wise ones. Patterns, symbols, and signs are worth to be noticed.

    I love this writing of yours. It’s very true and insightful.

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