Cupid’s Arrow: Love Without Boundaries

Anthropomorphic Valentine, circa 1950–1960
Anthropomorphic Valentine, circa 1950–1960 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

And so here we are. Valentine’s Day 2013.

It’s a day for romance, flowers, chocolate, dinner out, maybe diamonds, maybe a marriage proposal. I want to propose more than that. I want to propose a day of unconditional love.

Just for today, I want to propose that we are kind to every man, woman and child we come in contact with.  That we do as God does for us daily….love ourselves and others unconditionally and unabashedly. I wish no hard feelings against anyone or anything today. No thoughts of resentments or anger.

To assist me in this endeavor, I have a bag of small bite size Snickers, wrapped in pretty Valentine’s day packaging, along with some Snoopy kid’s valentines to give away to everyone, including strangers. This will help me in my own efforts to spread a little chocolate and cheer.

The ultimate lesson all of us have to learn is unconditional love, which includes not only others but ourselves as well. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

I hope you embrace a way to experience great love today! May you have a wonderful unconditional love kind of day!

Join me on my graceful journey.

19 Replies to “Cupid’s Arrow: Love Without Boundaries”

  1. I know all about unconditional love on this day! 27 years ago a bundle of unconditional love entered my life! The only greater love than a mother for her child is that love God has for all of us. It has no limits and or boundaries.
    Happy Valentines Day Joanne! I hope you receive all the joy you deserve today!

  2. Happy Valentine to you Joanne. Tonight I celebrate my engagement to the most wonderful man. He has given me his unconditonal love. Love your stories. They mean alot to me. Love to all Linda

  3. First, Joanne, let me say that I love your cardinal header…very sweet, quiet, and lovely.

    I agree with you 100% about St. Valentine’s Day…It’s my birthday, so I tell people I feel I have a right to say what kind of day it should be (hee, hee), and I tell others that it’s really about Love with a capital “L”…as you said, loving all people no matter if we know them or not. It’s a day to remind us to love more from our hearts, not just a day for romantic love…that’s just a small part of love.

    Thank you for a perfect reminder about Love. I hope your day was wonderful and that today will be wonderful, too….full of love.

    Marianne xox

    1. Marianne, hope you had a wonderful birthday! What a treat it would be to have a birthday on Valentine’s Day!
      I am so glad you like my cardinal header. You spoke what my heart felt when I saw that photo: sweet, quiet and lovely. It was perfect for February.
      Thank you as always for stopping by…xo
      Many blessings, Joanne

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