She said, “Thank you for being here for me.”
And I thought, where else would I be? Don’t you know that we are a part of one another, that I can sense when you are in pain, that there isn’t anywhere else I would be if I think you need me?
He said, “Can you forgive me?”
And I thought, I already have. Don’t you know that it is not a matter of forgiveness because there is nothing you could do that I would find unforgivable.
We use the word love a lot in our culture, and there is no word more powerful, but I fear it’s meaning has become diluted from overuse. So perhaps if one uses a modifier, to make the point more clear.
This is love: Unconditional.