Showing posts with label Love. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Love. Show all posts


How to Say I Love You in Different Languages

This is quite interesting! Since Valentine Day is almost coming, I already read a lot of  friends  asking and posting in their facebook  wall on how we can say I Love You in Different languages. This is quite interesting on how to say these words in many  languages.

Cheers and I hope you have some ideas now on how to say  it in different  laguages. Feel free to comment  if  your language is not included. Thanks and Valentines Day in advance!

English: I love you
Albanian: të dua
Arabic: أنا أحبك
Arabic: bahebbak (to man), bahebbik (to woman)
Bosnian: Volim te
Bulgarian: Обичам те Bulgarian: Obicham te
Croatian: Volim te Czech: miluji tě
Danish: jeg elsker dig
Dutch: Ik houd van je
Estonian: Ma armastan sind   


Expressing Our Deepest Sympathy

"Life is really Short", as the saying goes. "There is nothing permanent in this world" as what we always say. That's why we have to "live life to the fullest" and yes if we cana and for sure we always can.

Me and my family would like to extend our deepest and sincere sympathy to all people who lost their love ones. Special condolence to my dear cousin Ann and her family for a loss of her brother, my cousin Cocoy. I know how and understand how you feel and the whole family at this moment. My prayers are with you....remain strong and always have faith. God always listens and hears every breath of us. God always have good plans for whatever predicaments, trials and problems that comes our way. I really felt sorry for what had happened but that is all God's will and there are always good reasons for that..God bless us all!

"Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know that they are happy."
Author Unknown

"When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure."
Author Unknown


Love Vs. Marriage

photo by: Euroangel
Roses in our 'em!!

Love Vs. Marriage

Love is holding hands in the street.
Marriage is holding arguments in the street.
Love is dinner for 2 in your favorite restaurant.
Marriage is a take home packet.

Love is cuddling on a sofa.
Marriage is one of them sleeping on a sofa.
Love is talking about having children.
Marriage is talking about getting away from children.

Love is going to bed early.
Marriage is going to sleep early.
Love is a romantic drive.
Marriage is arrive on tops curvy tarmac .

Love is losing your appetite.
Marriage is losing your figure.
Love is sweet nothing in the ear.
Marriage is sweet nothing in the bank.

Tv has no place in love.
Marriage is a fight for remote control.
Love is 1 drink and 2 straws.
Marriage is "Don't you think you've had enough!".

Conclusion: "Love is blind, Marriage is an eye opener!"

p.s. I got this from one of my friend in friendster!! thanks for sharing Marlene!! see yah around


Love Quote!!

Love is life. All, everything that I understand,

I understand only because I love.

Everything is, everything exists, only because I love.

-Leo Tolstoy

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Saint Valentine's Day

Got some info about what Valentines Day is and a bit of its history!!
I also would like to greet everyone a Happy Hearts Day who always visit me here, my blogger friends and everyone who leave messages and comments to my humble site..
Thank you very much!!! More Power to all of us!!!

The popular customs associated with Saint Valentine's Day undoubtedly had their origin in a conventional belief generally received in England and France during the Middle Ages, that on 14 February, i.e. half way through the second month of the year, the birds began to pair. Thus in Chaucer's Parliament of Foules we read:
For this was sent on Seynt Valentyne's day
Whan every foul cometh ther to choose his mate.

For this reason the day was looked upon as specially consecrated to lovers and as a proper occasion for writing love letters and sending lovers' tokens. Both the French and English literatures of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries contain allusions to the practice. Perhaps the earliest to be found is in the 34th and 35th Ballades of the bilingual poet, John Gower, written in French; but Lydgate and Clauvowe supply other examples. Those who chose each other under these circumstances seem to have been called by each other their Valentines. In the Paston Letters, Dame Elizabeth Brews writes thus about a match she hopes to make for her daughter (we modernize the spelling), addressing the favoured suitor:
And, cousin mine, upon Monday is Saint Valentine's Day and every bird chooses himself a mate, and if it like you to come on Thursday night, and make provision that you may abide till then, I trust to God that ye shall speak to my husband and I shall pray that we may bring the matter to a conclusion.
Shortly after the young lady herself wrote a letter to the same man addressing it "Unto my rightwell beloved Valentine, John Paston Esquire". The custom of choosing and sending valentines has of late years fallen into comparative desuetude.