Happy Valentine’s Day!

“Miracles occur naturally as expressions of love. The real miracle is the love that inspires them. In this sense everything that comes from love is a miracle.”

-Marianne Williamson

“Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we learned here.”

-Marianne Williamson

Answers for yesterday’s questions:

  1. B -15% of U.S. women send themselves flowers on Valentine’s Day.

  2. A -73% of people who buy flowers for Valentine’s Day are men.

How many people will give their pets Valentine’s this year?

a. 3%

b. 5%

c. 7%

d. 9%

Cupid, another symbol of Valentine’s Day, became associated with it because he was the son of Venus, the Roman god of love and beauty. Cupid often appears on Valentine cards holding a bow and arrows because he is believed to use magical arrows to inspire feelings of love.

The heart is the most common symbol of romantic love. Ancient cultures believed the human soul lived in the heart. Others thought it to be the source of emotion and intelligence. Some believed the heart embodied a man’s truth, strength and nobility. The heart may be associated with love because the ancient Greeks believed it was the target of Eros, known as Cupid to the Romans. Anyone shot in the heart by one of Cupid’s arrows would fall hopelessly in love. Because the heart is so closely linked to love, it’s red colour is thought to be the most romantic.


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