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Valentine’s Day is a day of celebration of love among lovers or couples. It is celebrated on 14th February every year. This day is named after 2 early Christian martyrs named Valentine. At the time when custom of courtly love began to amplify, this day became connected to romance and love. It all happened around the time of Geoffrey Chaucer in High Middle Ages. Today, this day is celebrated in almost every corner of the world, thanks to the great marketing and advertising. Moreover, it’s good to know that there occurs a day when lovers could possibly rekindle the old flame if the candles have burned out.

If you ask most of the people, they would reply that they do not believe in Valentine’s Day as everyday can be a valentine’s day and you do not need a day to celebrate this magnificent thing called love.But, then in this busy, competitive and cynical world, who gets the time to actually love their partner. Worst than that will be when your relationship is going through a rough patch. These are the things that every human will be facing as after all, we are humans and not divine creatures. At such inevitable times, this day comes to the rescue and serves as an auspicious moment when one could re-unite with their respective partners, forgetting everything else and putting your partner at the very center of your attention. Besides, this day will sprout branches of past memories when you made a promise that you will never leave your partner till death does you both apart.

 

Read more:http://freshome.com/2008/02/10/15-tips-to-decorate-a-romantic-bedroom-for-valentines-day/

Comments

Emoke on Feb 13, 2013 6:05 PM
Very useful Valentin's Day tips. Thanks Branka! I always found something interesting here in your Blog.

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