Unconditional love is, in essence, true love — so different from the kind of love that we all have known. Unconditional love is when you open your eyes and you are looking out for what you can do for the happiness of other. If there is any intention of getting in return something that is not real unconditional love. Unconditional love is not judging or punishing other but loving without conditions. This love has the power to heal all wounds, bind people together, and create healthy relationships.
If I can live happily with myself I can extend that love to my family members and my neighbors, all the others I meet during the day. Drops of water becomes a river and river flows to the ocean and with merge with the ocean. Little acts of love become an ocean of love. With unconditional love we can bind together and contribute to the world peace.
To love another person under any circumstances is possible when you let go of your desire of other person to behave and work as you want. You must allow other people to live as they want because every individual is unique and different. Unconditional love allows us to love ourself first, so that we have the strength of heart to give the same love to another person. We are programmed to be conditional, always expect something in return for our acts otherwise we are worried and frustrated.
When you love for the physical appearance of a person, when that physical appearance is little by little diminishing wiht time passing, you will have no love but anger and frustration. Unconditional is the gift of the heart, secret of the heart where you benefit directly than the other person receive that love. Loving is the pure act we want to benefit another person without expecting anything from him or her. This becomes a pure act of generosity.
Unconditional love is a entirely new process for us in every situation, and we want to convey sincerity with each person we extend that love to so that it is genuine and not conditional. This is the central teachings of all religions. You can make unconditional love your own religion.