Love is a very powerful feeling that we are all able to relate too. In fact, love has proven to be the answer to a majority of the worlds problems, if only they had time to sit down and actually think about it for a moment.
Nevertheless, we can all still individually make our way to finding our own meaning of “true love”.
A majority of us have a really hard time understanding what true love really is. It’s fickle, it’s cruel, it’s warm, it’s lovely, etc. True love is an anomaly that we are all slowly figuring out as we make our way through this strange thing called life. One of the best things we can do in order to understand what true love really is, is to listen to someone who’s experienced it all before.
Buddha has four key components of “true love” that we should all consider learning from his lessons of the world.
1. Practice Inclusiveness
If you are able to give to others without needing anything in return, then this is a good practice to start understanding the meaning of “true love”. True love requires you to be able to give selflessly to others, never be greedy, and demonstrate your abilities in how you can benefit others by just being yourself.
Not everyone is a master at this, and it can take quite some time to get the hang of, but you will be one step closer to understanding the truth.