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3 Types of Love in this world


The term "Love" has always been used to describe an emotional attachment between two or more people. But the truth of the matter is that there are three types of love that exist around us in this world.

1. Preet ( Love): This is the most common type of love people understand. Love for your sister, brother, family, spouse comes under this category. This love is little selfish as well. We always have a hidden desire to get the same amount of love in return from the person whom we love.

2. Bhakti ( Worship): This is a special term which represents the divine-love of the God. With this type of love, you do not have to actually feel it for you to give it, which means that you can be able to show love without feeling anything at all. It is more of a set of behaviors or actions. This love also has a feeling of fear to be punished for wrong actions.

3. Tyaag ( Relinquishment/Surrender): Now comes the most powerful type of love. To surrender is the most difficult nature. This love is the purest as we don't expect anything in return. The person shows this love with every means he/she can use. And the most wonderful thing is Only Mother has this love for her Babies. She shows unconditional love for her babies without caring any thing around.

It's not so that any other relation cannot express this third type of love. But to surrender our self for anyone needs a lot of patient. Mothers are so created by God that they already have this love in their blood. With practicing it every day with their babies they show more of more this love.

All mothers, feel special to have this purest feeling in you. See Vibhu was like this when he was 3 days old :). First time I changed his clothes that day. He was like a pink colored soft toy. When I was done with this changing thing, I thought, really I have done it ??? I used to avoid taking newborns as they are so delicate. But as you become a mother you get the confidence automatically.


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  1. woww ...Nicee..n Vibhu is looking sooo cute.
    a baby's birth is really like a miracle..

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  2. Wow ... Vibhu looks so sweet ... God blesses him always :)

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