The Day the whole world said
I LOVE YOU
What if on this Valentine Day the the whole world said “I Love You”? Would that not be an amazing thing? People would:
- Care for the Sick.
- Feed the hungry.
- Clothe the naked.
- Visit those in prison.
- Listen to those who need comfort.
- Lay down their weapons and go home to take care of their families.
- Replace all those who opress humanity and who are burdens on all of us.
Can that happen? I sure wish it would and is my Valentine Day wish from my farm here in Central Texas. So to perhaps be the first to say this to the world, deeply from my heart I say “I love You” and I wish and pray for all good and pure things for you.
I can see it now, you walk into the store and the first thing you see is flowers and candy up front in your face. You say to your self. Oh No (or something worse), its Valentime Day, and rush out the store with candy and flowers. I have something better than that. Wisper in her ear the following:
To men who do not see this or feel this about their wifes I have some special words and labels to apply to you this day but wont.
No its not sweet choclate but words of sweetness. Here are words you can say to those you love and appreciate. These are words that you can say to your children or grandchildren or to ANY ONE YOU LOVE.
- You alway make my day.
- I am so glad that you are mine.
- I love it when you visit me.
- You always make my day.
- You are my blessing.
- Dont tell anyone but you are my favorite (Tell this to all your chilfren and grandchildren!) The will soon be competing for those words.
- You make me so happy.
- I love to hear you laugh.
- You are so smart.
- I am so proud of you.
- You are my precious.
- I love being with you.
- You deserve a kiss.
- I am so proud of what you just did.
- You are a wonderful person.
- You mean the world to me.
- I always carry you in my heart.
- You are very nice to be with.
Thats all for this Valentine Blog. In my family we have a great time saying to one of my children or grandchildren when all are gathered together you are my favorite. Then the fun starts and everyone says no I am. My oldest son is 55 and I have three of them along with my four grandchildren. Try to play the favorite game, just make sure everyone knows you love them and they are all your favorites.
Dennis in Central Texas
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