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Do you love me out of true love or out of responsibility?

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Do you love me out of true love or out of responsibility?

A question with every lovers..

But I will say, “You won’t get an immediate answer. Waite and see”

What do you say and which one do you prefer – the morally aided love or unconditional love?

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Author: Akhila

Flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

109 thoughts on “Do you love me out of true love or out of responsibility?

  1. Love unconditionally. Let that be a motto.

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  2. I have a friend who came to the UAE on a job, her neighbor’s son (who was already in the UAE) was given the ‘responsibility’ to take care of her until she settled down. This responsibility turned into love and now he and she are ‘responsible’ for one another as they are very much man and wife and very much in love too. 😉

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  3. Unconditional love Series by SumitOfficial and Shreya 😍😘😂😁😉

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  4. true love brings the responsibility i think…

    but every responsibility doesn’t bring love with it …

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  5. Akhila you’re a perfect mental gym

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  6. True Love or Responsible Love, that’s a very interesting question.
    I feel Love grows and matures as time passes by, the give and take, the understanding for each other, the concern for one another, so on and so forth that you can say is true Love which is also responsible.
    Conditions are Unconditional when it comes to Love.
    Good One,
    Regards,
    Shiva

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  7. Responsibilities don’t even feel like burden in unconditional love since that love has no conditions, it is free and selfless. For me only unconditional love is love all other is just business!

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  8. Love can only come be true. The responsibility will come because of that true love. Hope I am clear.
    Meena

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  9. To love or not to love that is the question!

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  10. A very thoughtful post.
    We always want the unconditional love but then not all of us get such pure love.

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  11. Well written Akhila. Your writing lead me to think about it. That’s what a writer needs 👍

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  12. Ahaaa….my kind of question first time on your board haha..lol!
    To be very honest where there is a true love there comes a responsibilty and yes true love is unconditional but when it comes your way you enjoys the responsibilities attached to it too.

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  13. Both have their own charm. Wouldn’t we want to be loved unconditionally by someone and because we are related to our parents and siblings?

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  14. Very deep thought indeed. Everyone wants unconditional love but I think sometimes people settle for far less because of the illusion of true, unconditional love.

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  15. Unconditional always

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  16. Actually I am confused !
    Still have no answer but now I will start finding the answer

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  17. Very beautiful. I love everyone unconditionally. Unconditional love is the only way to end all the hate and anger that’s in our world today.

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  18. Unconditional love for me – I don’t want my wife to love me simply because she feels some responsibility towards me… She is not in love with me if this is the case. I feel responsible for the safety of people who work with me and some of them I even love ( in a platonic fashion) but just because feel that responsibility, I do not need to love them… Only care for them. I think unconditional love and responsibility can me mutually exclusive 🙂

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  19. It’s like the phrase, “Caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.” Not in the sense that they are dangerous, but it’s a really tough choice. Love is so confusing at times that it’s hard to actually answer such a thought provoking question. Like every human is unique, so is their concept about love. Nobody is ever satisfied with any answer about love.
    Of the answer is “out of responsibility,” then the retuen question would be “am I a burden?” And if the answer is “true love,” the counter question would be “really?”
    The best answer would be to say, “Look into my eyes and find the answer by yourself, my answer is beyond words!”

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  20. with love comes responsibilities.. so you cannot deny both . you love and hence you are morally socially emotionally financially responsible for each other’s life dream desires etc..

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  21. Wonderful creation yet again..love it is

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  22. प्यार किया है तो निभाना है
    निभाना है तो हर जिम्मेदारी उठाना है लेकिन वो भी प्यार से औपचारिकता या दबाव से नहीं।सम्मान आधारशिला है।

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  23. A mixture of both. ☺

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  24. Both are conditions now ….
    How a blindman loves his partner?
    Love all with your heart not mind.

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  25. Very well said.

    Sent me in deep thoughts. Thanks:)

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  26. one should be responsible in/with love and treat it like one would if cultivating a plant. it must be cared for. if left alone, it will wither and die.

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  27. Beautifully said…. I have asked myself this in my relationship, and i always pray that love prevails. thank you for sharing. Please check out my blog. I would love your feedback!v

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  28. When you love unconditionally, responsibility comes along with it naturally, but if loves comes with the responsibility of giving love because of certain conditions then it won’t flourish.

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  29. Both are dangerous, both are not. If you ask me I’ll prefer an amalgamation of the two…proportion is in own hands…

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