The Original Meaning of Valentine’s Day

The ancients celebrated Valentine’s Day to acknowledge the wakening of the seed in hu-man. Deep within the ground, unable to see the light (above the surface) ahead, surrounded in darkness, the seed commits to its journey to the light of summer.


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Valentine’s Day  

Only Arthur, borne of truth, 

Could release the sword from the stone.

Find your truth, release light into your darkness.

Glory lies in the once-shadows now lit.


Commit to your journey;

 to break through the surface.

Allow your past to drop away.

Focus ahead, now.

Truth beckons.


Declare your intent!

Love, for Arthur.

Love, for God.

Love, the journey.

Love, the Light.

Shine on…!
Paul C Burr


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  1. #1 by realjohnnymagic on February 18, 2012 - 11:43

    It was a much more spiritual thing before the greetings card industry took it up as a way to sell cards. A bit like Christmas and Coca Cola.

  2. #2 by seule charmeuse on May 21, 2014 - 09:10

    Quel bonheur de parcourir ce site

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