A thought for the week – limitless

Looking at my lovely 2012 calendar again, I have chosen this quote:

You don’t have to go looking for love when it’s where you come from.
Werner Erhard

One of my wishes for my children is that they know how much they are loved.

That they are happy and secure in that knowledge, that they feel loved, that they understand the power, strength and confidence they can take from that love.

That they, in turn, love – without limits, without barriers, without fear or selfishness.

In their friendships, their relationships, their families.

My love for my children is unconditional, limitless. I wish this for them.

I am linking up with Emma over at Crazy With Twins again this week for Wednesday Words. Click on the badge to have a look at the other lovely posts linked up this week.

Wednesday Words

I’ve also linked this post up to #PoCoLo at Verily, Victoria Vocalises

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28 thoughts on “A thought for the week – limitless”

  1. A very beautiful post, to accompany a very beautiful quote. I have an immense fear of my children not knowing how much I love them. I think I must tell each of them about a hundred times a day and I swear I over-cuddle them! Thankyou for joining in with #WednesdayWords xx

    1. Thank you xx Even (especially!) when they’re driving me nuts, misbehaving or being generally whiny, I too have a terrible fear of them not knowing how much I love them – I tell them all the time!

  2. What a lovely qoute and wonderful post all round. Took me years to find out that there wasn’t something wrong with me, it was just my parents are inept human beings and do not know how to show emotions and love properly. I have every intention of making sure that my boys grow up very differently to that!

    1. Thank you for sharing such a thoughtful comment. If I can look back and know that I did my best to give my kids a happy childhood, and they tell me/show me that they did – I will know I did my job right – raising secure and happy individuals.

  3. That’s really beautiful. And what more could we want for our children? That is definitely the main thing!

  4. I absolutely love this post and agree with every word. It’s so important to me. I sometimes wonder if I tell them too often that I love them, that perhaps it desensitises them to the words. But I want that love to surround them for all time, like a shield to deflect any hurt that may come their way I’m in future years. Wishful thinking, I know, but it makes me feel better!
    Found you via #PoCoLo.

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