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Literal Beauty reflections on Valentine’s Day

Posted by Webmistress on February 15, 2009

Hi buddies….. First of all, Wish u all a very Happy Valentine’s Day!

Second of all, trust me, I’ve been trying to understand the concept of Valentine’s Day ever since i came to know about it. If you’re the one who thinks that Valentine’s Day is a must for lovers, plz reply me the following….

Can love be bound? Is it right to declare a love specific day? Why proposing on Valentine’s Day actually shows you love someone? What if anyone falls in love with some one on Feb 15, should he/she wait for the next Valentine’s Day? How feelings can be forced to work in a specific manner on a particular day? Who says that a proposal on Valentine’s Day is never rejected? Is giving a chocolate/rose, whatever people do, on Valentine’s Day expresses love? Is not it like a day when gals offer themselves to boys or vice versa….cheapest job? The love-image for you from here


Actually, what i think, if you propose your partner on Valentine’s Day, it simple means you’re not listening to your heart and doing what others are doing…. nay, that’s not LOVE. For me, Love is a feeling and feelings never think. Loving someone means sharing the best part of your day with him/her and spending most of your time thinking for him/her and of course, he/she becomes your dream boy/gal….. right! And, then comes the day when you’re forced or compelled to express your love towards him/her… how anyone can? I mean, at least i can’t. Honestly, I’ve never fallen in love yet so it may be a reason of my thinking like that. Lovers may have their own reasons and logic…. sorry, if i am wrong?If you’re a true lover, you can’t force yourself to wait for a specific day…… this sweet feeling can’t be put behind the bars n can’t wait to be expressed….

And, the worst part of the deal is that the day works like a gift-day especially for gals. And, no one can ever imagine how many gifts from how many boyfriends… a very situational joke, A guy goes to Archies’ and asks for a greeting card with ‘Be My Valentine’. He chose the card and said to the salesman…. plz arrange 15 of same sort!

That’s love nowadays and if you’re away from this curse, you’re lucky Man. Loving someone is not bad….. but always remember SOMEONE, not ANYONE!

Love someone to its extent and never wait for any day, especially Valentine’s Day, to express your feelings…. in fact, i think no one ever needs to express love, the person in front always has the same feelings, most probably 🙂

And, never forget… Mama, Dad, bro n sis all love u, expecting someone else’s love is a good thing but not the only one mission of life…. have a loving day! My questions are still to be answered…..plz answer! Well, Literal beauty didn’t celebrate Valentine’s Day…. if you did, please share how was yours’ day?


16 Responses to “Literal Beauty reflections on Valentine’s Day”

  1. Tarundeep Singh said

    I think Valentine’s day is purely the influence of western culture on ours. If u love someone then for u every day is a valentine day.For most of the boyz and galz it is day of flirting.U have seen the view of markets on that day how boyz and gals just wandering here and there.People starting show off their love now and if u are showing off ur love then this is not true love(most of the cases)..This love is for just few days..and surely on nxt valentine u will have a new love for u.For me its cheapest kind of thing if u think that ur proposal will never be rejected on this day.Coz real never can’t be bound for this particular day only….A lot of words that i can’t wrote here for particular reason…. because then it will not be a comment anymore it will become an essay….

  2. Sushhhhhhhhh said

    You Were right about the day of love, but how you know a lot about love, as you told me before that ” pyar wyar naam ki kisi cheej se bhi main bahut door hoon” like…………well i love your post..and HAPPY VALENTINES DAY TO YOU!!

  3. Hina Sharma said

    Hi RD………this is really a very nice post..even i have the same thinking that if you love someone then how can you wait n hide your feelings till a specific day?I also think that we should not forget our parents,our brothers n our sisters who have been always there for us when we need them,for our two to seven year old love.”pyaar to bas ho jata hai”,no one can stop it from happening…my valentine was with my love able family..for me they all are my Valentine…they have always supported me in every decision of mine..thanks to them..n RD don’t worry dear,very soon you will also get your Valentine…

  4. RD said

    @ Sushhhhhhhhhh.-hey u ……… i m still single n very happy being so. As i told u earlier that LOVE (which i’ve written abt) doesn’t mean of BF’s love….. it can be anyone’s….of my mama, dadu, sis n bro n my frnds (like u), my colleagues and everyone with whom i spend best part of my day!
    So, don’t get it wrong…. i wrote it to define LOve but not that cheap kind of love….i hope you get what i tried to say! 😦

  5. RD said

    THANKS a lot Hina Mam……vry smart thoughts!
    and yeah, thankx for ur swt wish….let’s hope so:)

  6. RD said

    @ tarun………aap to emotional ho gaye! anyways, i’d like to read dat essay…..plz let me know when it gets complete!
    thanks a lot for ur comment!

  7. sHIKHA said


  8. sHIKHA said

    i guess you are ok mental hospital to nahi jnae k tayarri

  9. Deepika said

    nice one
    Vine has more to talk abt……………

  10. Rd said

    @ mere priye Ramu Ji………khed hai k mein appka comment prastut nahi kar sakti…..par main aapki abhari hoon k apne mujhe itna maan-sanmaan n pyar diya… dhanayawad! main aapka offer b savikar nahi kar sakti! sorry 😦

    And, mere inkaar ke peeche sirf ik hi naam hai S****….. have a nice day!

  11. osama said

    grt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.nice thoughts you are having.

  12. guess said

    Every February, across the country, candy, flowers, and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine. But who is this mysterious saint and why do we celebrate this holiday?

    The history of Valentine’s Day — and its patron saint — is shrouded in mystery. But we do know that February has long been a month of romance. St. Valentine’s Day, as we know it today, contains vestiges of both Christian and ancient Roman tradition.

    So, who was Saint Valentine and how did he become associated with this ancient rite? Today, the Catholic Church recognizes at least three different saints named Valentine or Valentinus, all of whom were martyred. One legend contends that Valentine was a priest who served during the third century in Rome. When Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers than those with wives and families, he outlawed marriage for young men — his crop of potential soldiers. Valentine, realizing the injustice of the decree, defied Claudius and continued to perform marriages for young lovers in secret. When Valentine’s actions were discovered, Claudius ordered that he be put to death. Other stories suggest that Valentine may have been killed for attempting to help Christians escape harsh Roman prisons where they were often beaten and tortured.

  13. nalini said

    Well, I would just say that as life gets busy pressing things tend to precede over precious things. And such days make you stop and say what you always want and mean to say but some how keep putting off. I agree completely that one should always express love without waiting for any special day. Lovely post.

  14. harish said

    its ok yaar

  15. Vishavjeet said

    hi Rz, this is really a fascinating .. Valentine’s Day celebration is a recent phenomenon in India but has caught the fancy of people to a gr8 extent and it has grown in significance in the past 4-5 years.
    Especially to d Indian youth Feb 14 signifies love – a day when people express their affection for others. exchange gifts, rose, ..etc etc… Personally I think that “Pyar sirf ek din ka mohtaaz nahi ho sakta hai” , so where there is love.. there is everyday is val day .

  16. fabio said

    hello, nice ecard,

    please when you use the ecard and copy to your blog please cite the source

    as is not fair to copy other’s work


    fabio visentin

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