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The Wild History of Valentine’s Day: Hope Yours is About Love

The Wild History of Valentine’s Day

Holidays can be complex. Valentine’s Day is. If we’re in romantic relationship it can be a time to honor our partnerships and enjoy special time together, and/or it can cause stress for emotional or financial reasons. If we’re not in romantic relationship and wish we were, it can be stressful for all the fuss about love. Or maybe we just ignore it and go about our business.

I hope your day is about love: self love, romantic love, platonic love, divine love, whatever kind of uplifting embodiment of love works for you. (More about different kinds of love.)

Let’s forget the expectations and focus on how we can be more loving to ourselves and those around us (with or without cards/flowers/gifts.) Feel free to use the offer below if you feel moved!

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And then there is the wild history…

Like many holidays, Valentine’s Day seems to have originated as a pagan festival and was co-opted by the Christians. There were real St. Valentines but before them there were some pretty wild rituals. “To begin the festival, members of the Luperci, an order of Roman priests, would gather at a sacred cave where the infants Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome, were believed to have been cared for by a she-wolf or lupa…


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