Diamond rings, teddy bears, roses.
For the price of your paycheck, you too can get someone to love you!
Ain't it crazy how corporate driven love has become?
The most deepest form of human emotion, the connection that brings us all together, is put on the shelf with a price tag.
You know in those commercials they're not selling you the jewelry or teddy bear. They're selling you the fantasy of falling (deeper) in love.
Valentine's Day is nothing but corporate propaganda to get you to buy shit you don't even need (and frankly ain't gonna build any sort of rapport between you and your significant other either)
The way advertisements portray love is like it's something you can just purchase off the shelf and capture instantly.
But you know, as a procrastinator, good things take time. It takes time to build rapport, to establish trust, and to grow genuine care with another human being. You can't instantly buy that sort of thing.
It's not something you can order online and get delivered to your door the next day or find at a mall.
Love is free. You just have to find it.
And you can't find it if you're only looking at material things to compensate for it.
And by the way, love is not something you find in another person either. Love is something you find within YOURSELF and, if you choose to, share it with another.
You can't love anyone if you don't love yourself. You may love the fact that they love you. You may love the way they treat you. But you don't love them, as a human being.
Find love and share it. Be love and show it.
Don't seek love on the shelf or in someone else. You must **love yourself and give yourself.
Love is a gift, but a gift is not love.** Remember that.
Don't celebrate Valentine's Day. I know your lazy ass probably wouldn't want to anyway, but don't feel any pressure to do so.
They're only trying to sell you something.
True love is much deeper than a dollar sign.
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