Valentine Day is most commonly associated with romantic love, millions of cards and gift hampers exchanged every year. However, the original concept is deeper than just romantic love. St Valentine’s aim was to promote universal love for all. A few ways in which Valentine Day reminds us of love all around in the beautiful month of February.
Foremost is the weather all around the globe. February is the month when winter showers us with some sun. It is pleasant than the coldest months of the year and the best time to make love. Take account, how many kids are born after 14 November.
Pink and confetti with greeting card posters and reminders all over the streets make you feel like you are in Cupid Land. Even if you’re not a lovey doveyperson, you want be able to miss the hearts on your way anywhere you go.
V day is haven for the retail industry. Its one of the biggest sale days of the year and you cannot miss it. The newspapers, the television and all the posters on the street will remind you of this day of love.
How can there be no flowers in cupid land? Long before it’s the 14th, every city and town all over the world is invaded by flowers, they are mailed, couriered, packaged, sold and handed over in every corner reminding all of love (roses)!
This is a Hallmark holiday, a day of greeting card and flowers. This day is one of the most marketed days of the year and it is sold with love in red hearts on glitter paper. Even if you don’t receive a card, you will definitely see plenty to be reminded of love.
The way we have started celebrating Valentine Day is one major reason of it becoming a day of love. In a way so beautiful that the love bug has bitten its way all around, long before it arrives in February.