What If Wednesday: To Love Each Day

Love, Valentines Day

Today we celebrate Valentine’s Day, but do we only turn up the volume of our love meter on this day? Can you imagine how much more tranquil and united we would be if we gave the gift of love each day as passionately as we do on this 14th day of February? Imagine that?

Happy Valentine’s Day on #WhatIfWednesday

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Dusting Off Thanksgiving, Peace, Love and Joy

Thanksgiving, Joy, Peace, Love

This time each year, when I read greeting cards or listen to people’s perspective of why we celebrate the Fall/Winter holidays as we do, the same thing is repeated year, after year, after year…like a memorized speech.

Are the spiritual virtues of Thanksgiving, peace, love, and joy only unwrapped and dusted off for perhaps a couple of weeks…maybe…and then back in the box they go? Do we only express our love and affection on Valentine’s Day? Do we only recognize giving thanks and giving back on Thanksgiving Day? Do we only recognize and embrace joy and peace on Christmas Day?

Instead of showcasing these important characteristics primarily during the holidays, why not put these spiritual elements into play every day? Can you imagine how much better humanity would be?

Love is Unconditional and Reaches Beyond Valentine’s Day

Love, Unity, Harmony, Love Is, Poetry by Kym Gordon Moore

Although yesterday was Valentine’s Day, love goes well beyond a holiday, special occasion or condition. Love spiritually embodies your heart and soul. Perhaps, just perhaps, if more people were to put a little love in their hearts, that love could multiply with compassion, healing, and understanding.

Unconditional love will make this world a better place for everyone. Pass it on!

Happy After-Valentine’s Day!!!

Celebrate Valentine’s Day 365 Days Each Year

Valentine's Day, St. Valentine's Day, Love, Romance

Well, today is Valentine’s Day, but it really isn’t a special day for me. Why? Because my husband and I celebrate Valentine’s Day each day. Life is a very precious gift that each one of us has been given. At any given time, we can check out on this side of life at any time on any day. Each day is an opportunity to treat your loved ones with love. We are to share that with others even if we have to love them from afar.

In this tumultuous world we live in, we can change it…together! Just because the news shows chaos, violence and mayhem, you name it, we can’t worry about it, but we can make a difference, somehow, some way. Our differences and diversities of gifts make each one of us an asset in God’s eyes and I am truly grateful for that.

So, on this Valentine’s Day, don’t look for what you can get, look for what you can give, and do it with love from your heart.

Happy Valentine’s Day!