“When you feel cold and warm at the same time,
When you read over the same line for the tenth time,
When your heart and thoughts somehow appear to rhyme,
And when a simple name conquers your whole mind,
Then you are in deep trouble my friend…
You are in what they call, “love”. Philippos Aristotelous
Maintaining a loving relationship takes work, dedication, and compromises. A loving relationship needs be worked on and cherished all year round. If you wait till Valentine’s Day to do something special for the one you love, then your relationship isn’t going to last very long.
The real meaning of being ‘in love’ is that you’d move mountains for the person you love. Making a half-hearted attempt one day out of the year doesn’t even come close to proving how much you love the other person. That’s the mark of amateurs or someone hoping to get lucky.
If you’re truly in love, Valentine’s Day should be the day to say in words how you feel. It’s fine to buy jewelry or other expensive gifts if you’re courting someone, hoping to win their love. Expensive gifts are not for those already in love.
For those already in love, nothing, no matter how expensive, will be treasured more than a gift from the heart. Your own words, which convey just how special your love is, are priceless.
You don’t have to be a poet or a writer to jot down what’s in your heart. All you have to do is write exactly how the other person makes you feel and why you love them unconditionally. It’s really pretty simple, writing down why you love the other person, yet very few bother doing it. Those who are able to will have a loving relationships that’ll last forever.
If you can’t find the right words, it’s probably because they aren’t there. You might be infatuated or think you’re in love, but you really aren’t. If the love is there, the words will come pouring out. If you can’t find them, then run out to the stores before they close. There’s still time for you to buy the other person’s affections for the time being, until you find your true love.