“Love is a verb. Without action, it is just a word.”
Valentine's Day has always been one of my favorite holidays. It's all about love. Yes, it is usually about romantic love, but it is still about love, nonetheless. It is about telling people you care about them and that you love them.
Why do we only have one day a year dedicated to this? Personally, I think it is because it is a reminder to us that we should be doing this every day of the year.
If we were to show and tell our loved ones how much we love and appreciate them every day of the year, how much happier would our lives be? How much happier would their lives would be?
We live most of our lives being “too busy.” Too busy to tell our loved ones how much they mean to us. Too busy to call our parents. Too busy to call our loved ones and tell them we love and miss them.
Many lost opportunities. Opportunities to share our love and feelings with someone else, loved ones who are dear to us. Who will some day no longer be on this earth.
My son calls me about once a year. When I text him, he always texts back (several days later) and tells me he's too busy.
Yes, it makes me sad. But it makes me sad because he has lost so many opportunities. He will only realize these lost opportunties when I have left this earth and there are no opportunities. Maybe it won't bother him. Only he will know.
Are you too busy? Are you so wrapped up in your life and your world to be too busy for your loved ones? Do you only tell them you love them one day a year? Valentine's Day?
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Food for thought…
Thanks! That is so very true!
It’s always good to be reminded not to take loved ones for granted.
Yes, I truly do agree with that.
I make it a point to tell the people I love, that I love them, everyday. People say it will loose its meaning. But I do it anyways. I know I mean it everytime.
I love that! I don’t think it will lose it’s meaning. I think it will assure your loved ones that you truly love them. They are lucky to have you.
Hopefully they feel that way!
Of course they do! If you tell you that you love them every day, then I am certain they love you too. :o)