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I SEND GLAD TIDINGS

Wordsmith 1996 (Langtang North)

Just like any other day, this day is unique and a loving day as well.

Now the reason why this day is often seen as a special day is because someone long ago sacrificed (died) for the sake of love.

  Notwithstanding, we've gave this day a different view and have forgotten how the day 14 February came to be, now don't misinterpret what I'm saying. Valentine's dAy is worth celebration,
But often time the purpose of this day is defeated because of how young and old people alike think about love,
Remember that love is not restricted to only spouse alone.

The question is, have you try celebrating this unique day with your mum, dad or maybe your siblings?
Maybe not, and does that mean we don't love them?
You see how we abuse this day?.

My kind advice to you all is that;

Don't celebrate love without the author of love" (God)
Go to orphanage and show them love
Support the less privilege
Give alms to the needy.

That's true love.

Happy Valentine's Day,

Keep being awesome.

_Wordsmith
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