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From the History St.Valentine s Day is neither a national nor a religious holiday, but its wildly celebrated all over the world. The celebrating dates back to the ancient Roman festival called "Lupercalia" which took place on February 14th or 15th in honor of Juno, the Roman Goddess of women, and Pan, the god of nature.
From the History The first Valentine was a Christian priest who was imprisoned and executed in the third century for spreading the teachings of Christ. On February 14, he was beheaded, but not before he managed to heal the jailer's blind daughter and write her a farewell letter which he signed "From Your Valentine. The second Valentine was an Italian bishop who lived at about the same time and was imprisoned for secretly marrying couples, contrary to the laws of the Roman emperor. Legend says,that he was burned at the stake.
There was also another St. Valentine who was a good friend to children. Because he would not worship the gods decreed the Roman emperor, he was put in prison. While he was imprisoned, the children missed him and sent him loving notes.
The Custom of Sending Valentine Cards There are a lot of traditions, customs and games on St. Valentines Day. The custom of sending valentine cards started in the middle ages. A Frenchman, Charles, of Orleans, was captured by the English in a battle. He was put in prison in the Tower of London. He was put in prison in the Tower of London. There he wrote valentine poems. There he wrote valentine poems. Many of them were saved and can be seen today in the British museum. Many of them were saved and can be seen today in the British museum.
Just a little note to say, Have a happy, happy Valentine's Day. Remember M Remember E Put them together Remember ME. February the 14th day, It's Valentine they say. I choose you from among the rest The reason is I love you best!
HEARTS A long time ago, people believed that all the emotions were found in the heart. In later years, they thought only the emotion of love was connected with the heart. The heart is still a symbol of love, and it is also a symbol of Valentines Day.
CUPID Cupid is a son of Venus, goddess of love. He could cause people to fall in love by piercing them with one of his magic arrows.
RED ROSE The rose was the flower of Venus, the Roman god of love. Red is a colour that stands for strong feelings. That is why the red rose is a flower of love.
Red Roses - Love and passion Yellow Roses - Friendship White Roses - True love and purity of the mind Orange Roses - Enthusiasm and desire Pink Roses - Friendship or Sweetheart Black Roses - Farewell Meaning of Different Colours of Roses
Jumbled words 1. Thear 2.Ryfebrua 3.Chotecola 4.Hodayli rose 6.Velo The letters in words connected with St. Valentines Day are mixed. Make the words. heart holiday love chocolate 5.Orse february
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Valentine's Day Love Quotations Loving is not just looking at each other, it's looking in the same direction. Antoine de Saint Exupery( ), a French writer and aviator. True love stories never have endings. Richard David Bach (b. 1936), an American writer. Where there is love, there is life. Mahatma Gandhi (1869 – 1948), a political and spiritual leader of India and the Indian independence movement.