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YOUR BEAUTY

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“SOME DAY YOU MAY BE AS OLD AS I AM.  PLEASE TAKE MY ADVICE, AND DON’T WASTE YOUR SHORT LIFE.  INVEST YOUR YOUTHFUL VITALITY IN YOUR ART. SHARE THE BEST OF YOUR SPIRIT WITH THE WORLD. YOUR BODY WILL DIE, BUT YOU CANNOT DIE. SO, DON’T WORRY ABOUT PETTY THINGS LIKE BODIES, MONEY AND POSSESSIONS. THEY PASS WITH THE BODY AND ARE MEANINGLESS. DON’T WORRY WHAT ANYONE THINKS OF YOU. DON’T SEEK APPROVAL, EXCEPT FROM YOURSELF.

YOUR ART AND IDEAS ARE SIGNS OF YOUR SPIRIT.

YOUR BEAUTY ENDURES FOREVER, AS DO YOU.”

— Lawrence R. Spencer. 2012

GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS

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GOOD NEWS BAD NEWS

The GOOD News is that You are an Immortal Spiritual Being.  Therefore, you can not die.  

The BAD News is that You are an Immortal Spiritual Being.  Therefore, you can not die.

Lawrence R. Spencer

VALENTINE HEART

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Valentine’s Day, also called Saint Valentine’s Day is celebrated annually on February 14.   Christian stories associated with various Valentines connected to February 14 are presented in Martyrologies. 

In 269 A.D.  a written account of Saint Valentine of Rome imprisonment for performing weddings for soldiers, who were forbidden to marry and for ministering to Christians persecuted under the Roman Empire. According to legend, during his imprisonment Saint Valentine restored sight to the blind daughter of his judge, and before his execution he wrote her a letter signed “Your Valentine” as a farewell.The day first became associated with “romantic love” within the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century when the tradition of courtly love flourished.

The earliest description of February 14 as an annual celebration of love appears in the Charter of the Court of Love. The charter, allegedly issued by Charles VI of France at Mantes-la-Jolie in 1400 A.D., describes lavish festivities to be attended by several members of the royal court, including a feast, amorous song and poetry competitions, jousting and dancing.  Amid these festivities, the attending ladies would hear and rule on disputes from lovers.

— ref: Wikipedia.org