Dear readers and fellow bloggers:

Good morning. We would like to wish all our female readers and contributors a Happy Valentine’s day. Your sustained, spontaneous and superb affection keeps us going.

We are writing the last 50 pages of our book “Emotional Frustration – the hushed plague” and we always keep your dear images, voices and kisses in our mind to inspire us.

Did you notice that we have posted a new background image? It’s a depiction of the clinical ward of the Arles hospital by Vincent van Gogh and it shows some busy nuns taking care of the patients. The devoted women in our lives are the unrelenting healers of our wounds.

Let us honor them today and remind them that we love them very much.

A big kiss.

Un gros bisou.

Un grosso baccione.

Un besote muy grande.

What do you think? Please tell us.

Don’t leave me alone.

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24 thoughts on “Happy Valentine’s Day

    1. Bon jour chere amie. Si l’Anglais est encore un peu difficile pour toi, alors reponds avec la langue de Jean Baptiste Poquelin. Aussi tu dois pratiquer plus car c’est la seule facon de progresser. Excuse-moi de ne pas mettre les accents mais je suis avec mon portable. Bises. Au revoir!

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      1. I didn’t knew that, thank you, i will write my comments for you in French from now, will much easier to express myself about your meaningful posts, i hope you are having an amazing day, are you french by the way?

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    2. Dear Ilona: pleases top demeaning and diminishing yourself. My English was even worse than yours when I started studying it in Montevideo, many years ago. Read, read,read. And occasionally practice with someone nice like moi, Practice makes perfect. a big kiss. Ciao!

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  1. Dr. Sahib GOOD MORNING.
    Love which encompasses every other considerations!
    Thanks sharing wonderful thoughts on Valentine Day.
    I too have penned down a poem; do appraise:
    NEW MEANING OF LOVE FROM SAINT VALENTINE.
    LOVELY LOVEDAY
    VALENTINE DAY
    A love which is all inclusive
    A love we would not like losing
    A love which is all pervading
    A love all sweeping
    A love all-embracing
    A love which is broadest in content
    A love from which we get contentment
    A love which is fully bloomed
    A love which is full-blown
    A love which is sweeping
    A love where there is not even an iota of doubt
    A love where losing makes no difference
    A love for which any sacrifice could be given
    A love where we do not demand but would like giving
    A love where we get extreme joy in giving
    A love which teaches us values of living
    A love where suspicion has no place while giving
    A love rooted in sublime and humane delicate touch
    A love which broadens its base without an iota of bias
    A love which is synergy giving while sharing
    A love which increases by every day passing
    A love which kindles trust among all creatures living
    A love where we do not care for caste, creed, colour or race
    A love which is magical in nature
    A love which is not theatrical in its character
    A love which enlightens us and is not mechanical in nature
    A love where we do not care for results
    A love where every skepticism melts
    A love which gives is eternal peace
    A love which takes us to love heights
    A love which erases all lingering reservations
    A love which spreads its fragrance
    A love which gives happiness in taking pain of other
    Like the love of Saint Valentine,
    A Catholic Bishop of Terni
    In Roman Empire
    Who for love’s sake attained martyrdom,
    For solemnizing marriage secretly,
    Of condemned soldiers,
    For whom marriage was a bar
    Under the Roman Empire’s law
    And marrying those forbidden once to marry,
    Attracted the Saint’s imprisonment,
    And ultimately martyrdom.
    While in the condemned cell of a prison,
    With his miraculous touch, he cured the daughter of the jail warden,
    Saint Valentine sent out a farewell letter,
    With words so eternal in nature,
    “From your Valentine”,
    These words have become a grand brand,
    Presently for us all to express to our loved one,
    With a huge sprinkle of pride,
    Mixed with a huge smile,
    Lasting for good in our imagination,
    And in real life too, we live with complete affirmation
    That love binds us & bestows us God’s eternal compassion.
    WITH WARM HUGS AND REGARDS
    HARBANS

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    1. Good morning and thanks for your incredibly outstanding commentary, my dear spiritual friend across the oceans. Fist of all, please use this commentary as the basis for one of your upcoming writings as I would feel miserable if I were to keep this jewel just in my little coffer, hidden form the eyes of a wider public. This belongs in the showcase of your successful blog!
      I did enjoy the incredibly long list of pluses that Love brings in our life, especially the delicate touch about the perfume. Oh! La! La! A French detail to make the ladies go bananas (please don’t let your wife read that passage) Moreover, I did not know the interesting anecdote/myth about Saint Valentine. Thanks for your preliminary hard work (researching and studying) and the ulterior constancy to sit down with a cup of hot tea to create these marvelous writings.
      A big hug. Arrivederci!

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      1. GOOD MORNING Dr. SAHIB.

        First of all, I have published that after I posted that as a comment in your website.

        Thanks for your motivational commentary on my write ups.

        WITH WARM HUGS AND REGARDS

        HARBANS

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      2. Good morning and congratulations for the right decision, my dear spiritual friend across the oceans. That great poem merited a much better display than my humble page to reach more readers.
        A big hug. Arrivederci!

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      3. Good morning, my dear spiritual friend across the oceans. Please stop using these mellifluous words to praise me because, not only I love them, but I will keep always asking for more (my vain dwarf burrowed deep inside my spirit just wrote those lines) A big hug. Arrivederci!

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      4. Dr. Sahib Good morning. To be frank with you, I do not apportion praise where it is not due. In your case, it is different and most appropriate. I do not mince any words.

        WITH BUG HUGS AND WARM REGARDS
        HARBANS

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