I have no idea whether unconditional love as a concept is too good to be true. Can anyone actually love all of you? For the truth of who you are, totally? And if someone can, in my imagination it would be the equivalent changing your life from that sketch to full color.
I have to believe that unconditional love is a real, viable concept. I know that I feel something akin to it for my daughter. I think that as adults, we wonder if we are redeemable enough to experience the love as pure as we experience as children in the arms of our guardians. When do we run out of chances at unconditional love? Do we ever? Is that the love we seek in God?
Or is it a love we can only provide to ourselves? I have to say that is doubtful considering all I have learned about the power of connection. Nevertheless, the question does stir debate. So what do you think? Is unconditional love too good to be true?
Flow is a rapper raised in Decatur, GA. He started writing music at the age of 13, recording his 1st song in East Orange, NJ where he would visit for the Summer. He took a brief hiatus from writing music to DJ in college but quickly got back to his roots...
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