My Thoughts on Valentines Day - FriendshipHello deviants, friends, and family.More Like This
After a horrible recent breakup in which I was repeatedly lied to, threatened, and cheated on, my thoughts on Valentines day have changed. I now believe that Valentines day is not a time for those in love to endorse that once again, there is no reason you should have to "re-endorse" such a thing with chocolates or flowers. Instead, it is a time to reach to those around you. Your friends. Your family. Tell them that you love them. Remind them that you are there for them.
And that is what I wish for you all today.
To those of you who know me personally, either in real life, or from deviantART, you know I am here for you, and I am so honored to have you all as friends.
To those of you I know less well, this next year, I want to know you better. Come say hi, drop me a message! I am so happy to be in a community where friendship is only a few clicks away, no matter where you're from or who you are.
Thank you, to all of my valentin
I LOVE YA! | Giveaway! *WINS*+FeatureI like to think Valentine's Day is for everyone. Be you single or with a partner, Love is an integral part of humanity. Let Valentine's Day be a reminder to love.. you. You can not truly love another until you have first loved yourself. Buy yourself a flower or some chocolates (regardless of someone else will or not). You are beautiful. You are unique!More Like This
I love ya, you beautiful community you!
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The Lonely PathMore Like This
I have never found a companion who was so companionable as solitude.
Henry David Thoreau
By :icontechgnotic: techgnotic
I I always thought of Thoreau’s comment as simply a word game — clever but ultimately false at its core. A Valentines Day without a Valentine means being alone and alone means being unhappy. It’s taken many years to finally understand the truth in Thoreau’s words. We are never so alone as when in the company of loving family and friends, our Valentine companion held tight in our arms – but knowing we are lost, unfulfilled in our dreams and visions, and untrusting in our own inner counsel. Now I hope to one day seek companions