Valentine’s Day is a day that has been associated with romantic love.

by Patrick Liew on July 19, 2018

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a day that has been associated with romantic love.

However, there is no reason why we should not ignite and promote more love in our community and country.

Love is one of the most powerful forces in life and a key ingredient to make our world a better home.

Yet, we have barely scratched the surface in tapping this awesome force.

Many people have never truly loved or loved enough.

They consciously or unconsciously held themselves back from loving others and loving themselves.

As a result, they can never live a full life. They also cannot give their best to their community.

In an affluent society, people can become overly-focused on acquiring more material wealth.

It can have negative outcomes for themselves and the people around them.

We need to reignite love because it can heal emotional wounds in life and nourish body, soul, and spirit.

It helps us to be at peace with ourselves and at the same time, it spurs us to improve our destiny and be a blessing to humanity and the environment.

The paradoxical truth is that the more we extend our love to others, the more love we will have.

At the same time, we will become better at sharing the blessings of love with others.

The worst heart disease for anybody is not to have a heart for people.

Historically, we went from an agrarian age to the industrial age.

From the industrial age, we went into the information age.

It’s about time, we move into an Age of Love.


I hope this message will find a place in your heart.

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