I hate valentines day..it just puts unnecessary pressure on people who are single.. so here are some thoughts to bear in mind..
*Love yourself first..
*Love should be unconditional..
*Don't depend on anyone to love you more than you love yourself..
*Don't look for love because love will look for you when you least expect it..
*Don't feel over whelmed by your facebook news feed being filled with so called "lovers"... no one's situation is perfect even if they pretend it is, people only show you what they want you to see..
*Rest assured, You're not the only one that's single even if you may feel that way..there are millions of people in the same boat as you all over the world..
*Just because you're single doesn't mean you're not beautiful or worthy..you ARE ... it's just that you haven't stumbled across your other half just yet..
*God hasn't forgotten you.. he has a plan for you.. but everything happens in it's right time.. just be patient and it will come..
*There's someone somewhere that's praying to meet someone like YOU..
*Love is not just one day of the year..
*Valentines Day is JUST a money making scheme
*If you're single don't feel sad today...I'm sending you some LOVE and reassurance that everything is going to be OK x
(c) Lemoy the Siamese 2016 (all rights reserved)
Anyone who thought they WEREN'T going to bomb Syria anyway is delusional.. that plan and intention was ALWAYS there but the government had to style it out..
Also.. let's remember in ALL OF THIS..IT'S MAINLY INNOCENT PEOPLE WHO SUFFER!!.... the bombs drop on homes..schools.. hospitals..nurseries...etc
the innocent are caught up in a huge political mess that had nothing to do with them...
NOW PICTURE bombs being dropped over the UK.. and people getting killed.. crushed.. burnt... buildings crumbling down ... people screaming ..running... panicking...bodies everywhere...bombs dropping whilst you are out shopping in Westfield, Oxford Street, bombs dropping on houses and estates full of people ...bombs dropping whilst your out about your daily business as normal..losing loved ones.. not knowing if they are dead or alive.. wondering if they were in the place where the bomb hit...not being able to find them or contact them.. can you picture this? can you picture this pandemonium?
It's hard to imagine because it is surreal and seems to far away... but it's not..
That's what those people in places like Syria go through.