How did Valentine's Day start?
Valentine's Day is named after Saint Valentine, a Catholic priest who lived in Rome in the 3rd Century. There are many stories about St Valentine and over time these stories grew into the legend we know today.
At the time of Valentine's life, many Romans were converting to Christianity, but the Emperor Claudius II was a pagan and created strict laws about what Christians were allowed to do. Claudius believed that Roman soldiers should be completely devoted to Rome and therefore passed a law preventing them from marrying. St Valentine began to marry these soldiers in secret Christian ceremonies and this was the beginning of his reputation for believing in the importance of love.
Eventually, Valentine was found out and jailed for his crimes against Claudius. While imprisoned, Valentine cared for his fellow prisoners and also his jailor's blind daughter. Legend has it that Valentine cured the girl's blindness and that his final act before being executed was to write her a love message signed ‘from your Valentine'. Valentine was executed on 14 February in the year 270.
What is Valentine's Day in Contemporary Times?
While Valentine's Day is celebrated in most countries, different cultures have developed their own traditions for this festival. In some parts of the world Valentine's Day is observed as a day for expressing love between family members and friends, rather than that of romantic couples. Some traditions include leaving lollies and gifts for children and others include acts of appreciation between friends.
Valentine's Day is most commonly associated with romantic love, with millions of Valentine's Day cards being exchanged each year. Gifts of flowers or a single rose are sent with romantic messages to loved ones and couples spend special time together.
What is the valentine week ?
The Loveliest week of the year, the Valentine’s week or Love Week! The week starts from 7th of February and ends oh 14th of February. The love week starts with the Rose Day followed by Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, Kiss Day and finishes with the Happy Valentines Day.
Can you believe it, the entire week before Valentine’s day is dedicated to celebration of love, culminating to the greatest day for celebration of love, Valentine’s day!
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How to celebrate Valentine's Day when you are single
It’s that time of year again. Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. I don’t know about you, but as much as V-Day is known as a romantic holiday, I think it’s time to make Valentine’s Day more inclusive. These are some ideas of how to turn it up on Valentine’s Day when you are single.
Just because you’re single doesn’t mean you have to feel left out of the festivities. And if you’re single there are some unique ways you can celebrate and make the most out of Valentine’s Day.
5 ways to enjoy Valentine’s Day if you’re single
- Handing out valentines to your friends, classmates, siblings or co-workers can be a lot of fun and a great way to make someone feel good.
- Spend some time with your family, friends and anyone else you love to let them know how much you care about them. (e.g.. go out for dinner, host a theme party, have a sleepover, go dancing , play board games, stay in and relax, cook a big meal )
- Take a moment to enjoy the added freedom and independence that comes with being single.
- February 14 can be a good time to practice self-acceptance, work on your self-esteem and think about being more hopeful.
- You can also celebrate Valentine's Day by giving gifts to needy people
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