Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day! YAY!
Okay, enough with the fake enthusiasm. Some people believe that Valentine’s Day is the best day on the calendar for celebrating love. I respectfully disagree with them.
It’s supposed to be a day of celebrating love, but it has morphed into a bizarre competitive sport where people are focused on comparing the size of their flower bouquets to their coworkers’ flower bouquets to see who is “loved the most” (but that’s a topic for a different day.)
And more importantly, shouldn’t we be celebrating love every day?
That’s what I want to talk about: Celebrating love. Every. Single. Day.
But I’m not talking about romantic love, the love you have for your friends, or even the love that you have for your kids.
I want to talk about the love that has the power to save the world: