Many people fall in love. Or at least they think that they're falling in love. But how much are they willing to sacrifice for that love? How much are they willing to take from the person they think they love? How far would they go before looking at that very person and protesting
Unconditional love is one of those terms that have been over publicised in the the media, TV shows, movies, novels and even among regular people. Most if not all probably don't know what this unconditional love entails.
The idea that you can just love someone regardless of what they do sounds absurd at times. How could you love someone who treats you badly? or beats you! Or cheats on you. How about someone who prefers others over you. Or harms you in any way, shape or form. Would you still love them?
Some forms of love are in fact unconditional, and they're abundant. You can see them in the way the baby looks at his mother as she nurses him. You can see it in most mothers as they tend to their infants. Mostly among parents and children. Simply because we hurt our parents the most while growing up. Look at the infant, he tears his mother apart and almost kills her but she -mostly- welcomes the baby with open heart, arms and a smile
The word unconditional has many dimensions. The implications are so vast, that it shouldn't be used lightly. It's similar to the word "taking people for granted [part1 | part2]" Which I view as the highest level of love and trust among people
What's your breaking point? What would limit love to "love unless"? Or in other words, from unconditional to conditional? I guess, every person sets his own.