- Sumanya Sehgal
What do you think? Does love need any validation or any acknowledgement then only is it categorised to be ‘love’? I don’t think that to be in love or feel that way needs any sort of a time frame rather the emotions should flow freely and there should not be any time limitation like Valentine’s Day (all due respect to the histories attached). Most of the times, the couples are lost and swinging with the thought in a heart-shaped red coloured balloon as to how to impress their ladylove or their man, for that matter.
I don’t want to get into a zone wherein I am thinking what I have to do next rather than living the present. In addition, why do I go out, buy a rose or a lily, and a box full of presents and gift it to my boyfriend on the 14th of February only? I may go out on 15th and I may or may not buy a gift for him rather go and hug him oh-so-tightly, and end the day (not Valentine’s Day, a general day) with a subtle long drive, because that is what I choose for myself, he might or might not have the same perception, but does that mean I need to alter my perceptions. Do I need to manipulate my attitude and behaviour just because there is a day named Valentine’s Day and we need to make our partners happy on that very day, ignore the fact that the next day we end up abusing each other but sweetheart, we love each other because we had an ultra-lavish Valentine celebrations?
When I think, do I really need this? My heart says “NO”.
What about yours? *winks*
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