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February 14th, 2014 6:32 AM

Dear Friends,

Today is Valentine's Day!

I'm excited at the prospect of giving big hugs, planted kisses on foreheads and a box of chocolates to several women that have graced my life by their presence! I do not characterize myself as having the romantic appeal of a Don Juan, but I do enjoy the wonderful outpouring of love these women contribute, by their sincere approach during times I am in need of a friend.

If you read any news publication or view disharmony on a television screen, you might come to the conclusion there's not much love in the world today. You might notice the continual unraveling of the human condition, where common values, decency and respect has lost its significance. While it pains me to view the decline of love's ability to heal, I will never give up the notion that love never fails to resurrect a broken heart.

'Love is the state in which man sees things most decidedly as they are not' and 'We love life, not because we are used to living but because we are used to loving.' These quotes are attributed to Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche. If you are familiar with Nietzsche's misanthropic accounts of human nature, you would know his belief in love is out of character for a man with a nihilistic world view. I never knew true love to be a fantasy once consummated. Nevertheless, there are those around us that draw their strength from a jaundiced view that distrust on all occasions offers comfort. This perception does harm to others and ultimately themselves.

In America, we are becoming aware of the consequences of emotional abuse. Its origins are manifested by childhood  trauma, which threatens the balance of civility as adults, only to be mired in a nation under mental duress. The power of love to overcome all evil is the only solution to spare a society from the ravages of hatred. Upon reflection, if we had time to be honest with ourselves, love is the only emotion that offers solace and meaning to our troubled lives.

Let's continue to love, and love some more!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Thanks Again

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