than the hunger for bread.”
As much as I enjoy waking up to roses and sweet words from my husband, I am also aware that there are those who won’t have anything special to remind them they are loved on Valentine’s Day. Some people are spending Valentine’s Day far from family, some have lost loved ones, some have yet to find their special someone’s, and some find themselves feeling lonely and unloved not just Valentine’s Day but every day. Because Valentine’s Day is all about gifting love, I want to be sure to think about how I can bless someone who might otherwise feel less than celebratory today. Thankfully it doesn’t take much to brighten someone’s otherwise dismal day, some flowers, a card (or a handwritten note), a phone call, an offer to run an errand, an invitation for dinner, or a million other love gestures.
Hoping wherever you are, whatever your circumstance, however we are connected, you can feel me sending love your way, and you’ll allow me to leave you with, perhaps the most famous love passage of all times, from 1 Corinthians 13, “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.” Happy Valentine’s Day!