There is nothing sinister or immoral about seduction. We are merely utilizing the practice of the world’s second oldest profession. It rarely comes in a flicker of inspiration. It takes time and patience, but in due course, the trigger is discovered and it is then embraced, ever so gently. Of course, they can choose to refuse to give in, but it’s so much easier to succumb. And they do. Oh, they really do.
The mysterious power of Saint Valentine’s Day (commonly shortened to Valentine’s Day) is an annual celebration held on February 14, honoring love and affection between intimate companions. Bestowing cards, flowers, chocolates, and other offerings is a ritual. It is also customary to see people do “acts of appreciation” throughout the year for their friends. I think of it as Valentines 24/7, which has an effect of sparking a smile, a small gesture, or a kind word. You should have an insightful yearning to share your artistic creativity with others.
Your acts of appreciation thus allow the beholder to use their imagination in the connection with the gesture. Mysterious diversity may fashion a number of different possibilities, which gives them the most seductive enjoyment. You should constantly search for and experiment with new ways to bestow Valentines 24/7. Novel Valentine’s Day symbols embrace the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid.
Valentine’s Day is mentioned ruefully by Ophelia in Hamlet (1600–1601):
To-morrow is Saint Valentine’s day,
All in the morning betime,
And I a maid at your window,
To be your Valentine.
Then up he rose, and donn’d his clothes,
And dupp’d the chamber-door;
Let in the maid, that out a maid
Never departed more.
—William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act IV, Scene 5
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