This is Shweta’s fourth ever post for her Saturday Six Word Story Prompt. This is my fourth entry for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt. This week’s theme word is unconditional love. Here’s a link to Shweta’s blog https://thesoulsearchersite.wordpress.com/2019/09/21/saturday-six-word-story-prompt-6wsp-4-september-21-2019/

1.) Family and friends provide unconditional love!

2.) My TH family unconditionally loves me.

3.) My HTA Family unconditionally loves me.

4.) We all need some unconditional love.

5.) Have you watched Unconditional Love yet?

6.) Did you hear about Unconditional Love?

7.) There’s a song titled “Unconditional Love.”

8.) One interesting song is “Unconditional Love.”

Family and friends provide unconditional love because they know us and they care about us. They also provide us with unconditional support. If someone is close to their work family then they definitely receive unconditional love and support. If they volunteer for an organization for many years that organization will also give them support and love. In order for humans to survive and live happily everyone needs unconditional love.

Unconditional Love is a 2002 American mid-life re-invention comedy film co-written and directed by PJ Hogan (“My Best Friend’s Wedding”) and starring Kathy Bates, Rupert Everett, Dan Aykroyd, and Meredith Eaton. The film follows Grace Beasley, an archetypal timid and repressed homemaker who, in the wake of a sudden, unexpected marital separation and her favorite pop star’s untimely death, takes a plane to England to attend the entertainer’s funeral. The film was released in the United Kingdom on 23 August 2002.

Unconditional Love is a one-off British crime drama television film that was broadcast on 20 January 2003. Written by Chris Lang, the production starred Robson Green, Joe Absolom, Sarah Parish and Timothy Krause, and follows the story of a couple whose four-year-old son is kidnapped, and his captor demands that they commit a series of crimes in order to secure his safe return. The drama was directed by Ferdinand Fairfax and produced by Mark Pybus.

“Unconditional Love” is the second single from the Donna Summer album, She Works Hard for the Money, released in the autumn of 1983. Though uncredited, it also features vocals by British reggae act Musical Youth, who had scored a Top 10 Pop and R&B hit in the US with “Pass the Dutchie” earlier in 1983.

“Unconditional Love” is a song by Tupac Shakur featuring Nanci Fletcher, released as the second posthumous single from his Greatest Hits album. The CD single is rare and was never officially released in an uncensored version. The single peaked at number 73 in the airplay chart.