Aside from the corporate gimmicks, Valentine's Day is about treasuring love. In the age of digital communication, a handwritten letter is the last thing on anyone's mind. But the physicality of a page filled with prose straight from the heart makes it an appealing gift. But of course, writing vulnerable feelings elegantly is a tough task, especially for those who may have never penned anything of this nature. Toss Chat GPT aside while looking are examples of the greatest love letters to get started. Finding a place to start Putting the right words on paper can be difficult. Take inspiration from George Farquhar and his letter to “Penelope” Oldfield in the 1700s. He leads with a confession: “If I haven't begun thrice to write and as often thrown away my pen, may I never take it up again; my head and my heart have been at cuffs about you these two long hours,—says my head, you're a coxcomb for troubling your noodle about a lady whose beauty is as much above your pretensions as your merit is below her love.” How brave! Or consider what Robert Burns said to Mrs. Agnes McLehose in 1788, toying with logic and emotion. “The attraction of Love, I find, is in inverse proportion to the attraction of the Newtonian philosophy. In the system of Sir Isaac, the nearer objects are to one another; the stronger is the attractive force: in my […] Adobe Stock Valentine's Day-themed candy.
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