Nothing symbolizes love more completely then the heart. And for a romantic person there is no other symbol as important as the heart. A heart signifies life and if you give your heart to someone it means to handover to her or him one's existence.
Around 12th Century people were not aware the function of heart was to circulate blood inside the human body. What they knew was that heart begins to beat faster when a person is upset or excited. They, therefore, derived that the heart was the seat of emotions and feelings.
Today, even though it has been scientifically proved that emotions come from the brain, the heart remains a powerful symbol of love and Valentine's Day.
I have given my heart to only one man.
Happy Valentine's Day
I Love You Tom Y
Beautiful, Christine. Happy Valentine's Day!ReplyDelete
Happy Valentine's Day!!!! ♥ ♥ See you soon!ReplyDelete
Happy Valentine's Day to you!ReplyDelete
Did your paper white lily turned red?ReplyDelete
Happy Valentines Day to you too!ReplyDelete
No the paper white didn't turn red. I got another Christmas present. An Amaryllis! Isn't it beautiful. Perfect for Valentine's Day
Lovely amaryllis! Lovely Valentine thoughts. Glad to know Tom can still make your heart race! ;)ReplyDelete
Beautiful... Congratulations on one love. Happy, Happy Valentine's Day to both of you!!ReplyDelete
brain...heart....who cares as long as we have LOVE, right? :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful pic.Happy Valentines Day to you and hubby.ReplyDelete
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