Is Valentines Day a good way to show love?

By Ritu
February 14, 2017 5:42am CST
If two persons love each other then why do they need a day to show their affection towards each other?
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@JolietJake (50054)
• United States
14 Feb 17
That is actually not what this day originated about
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14 Feb 17
What's the history behind that
@JolietJake (50054)
• United States
14 Feb 17
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the liturgical celebration and romantic holiday. For Brazil's corresponding celebration, see Dia dos Namorados. For uses of Valentine, see Valentine. For other uses, se
14 Feb 17
If Valentines Day was the only day to show love, it would not be a very good idea. Valentines Day depends on how we see it. If you perceive it to be a 'love day' then go ahead and express your love on this special day. It could be to your girl friend, mother, father, brother or sister. Anyone. On the other hand, if you are busy, any other day could be the day to show love. You could show the same amount of love, if not more, on other days too. Ultimately it depends on you. Remember, the person receiving your love wont see which day it is. How much you love them and the fact that you chose to express to them matters the most.
17 Feb 17
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@megatron777 (3779)
• Guam
14 Feb 17
Valentine's Day in its "commercialized sense" has been a part of the popular culture for quite a time. True love knows no bounds and space ---its loving your special someone24/7 and 365 days in a year or 366 days if its a leap year
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@Beatburn (3913)
• Philippines
14 Feb 17
Not really. Love is not scheduled or placed in a calendar.