Love Is Our True Destiny

Abu Sufian

An actor said before his lover when he have few times for hanging , “in the paths of love, so many oceans are there to cross, even in hundreds of thousands of storms, the heart finds a way, though.
There is so much power in the intentions of this heart, that it travels on the shores with the waves, tell us what’s written in the lines (of fate) we have, we have just loved”.
He has been hanged by the authority cause of love but his story is in our writing, story, feature and noble. A proverb is, “Lovers can be killed but his love is everlasting”.
Once upon a time Valentine was hanged by the Rome authority for inducing people to marriage which banned by ruler, after decades history proofed Valentine was an innocent person and he was victim of ruler. It’s called, ”Truth must prevail in the long run”
At present whole world knows the majesty of Valentine. Lovers write their letter “be my Valentine, from yours Valentine.”  In this way he is immortal thousands of lovers in the world.
The real spirit of Valentine’s Day conveys the message of tolerance, honesty and sacrifice. Let’s hope our youngsters will come up to realize the true meaning of Valentine’s Day.
 Poet said on true love, and expected his queen to be a prince of love, her desired person, “Make me rain, Turn me into a long night,
Turn me into your emotions oh my beloved, Make (turn me into) me your words,
Make (turn me into) me the sound of your heart, Turn me into a deep secret oh my beloved, I’m like a Drug/craze let yourself be intoxicated with me,
My killer give back my right to live (without thinking about you), Give me a little space near your headrest, I can’t sleep because I’m thinking about you, Give me a reason not to sleep, I’m like the wind let me embrace you,
My killer give back my right to live (without thinking about you), May all my remaining life is spent with you, Please smile whole heartedly, why
you seem upset?, May all my remaining life is spent with you, Please smile whole heartedly, why you seem upset?, I am like the new morning let me arrive (let me brighten your life), My killer give back my right to live (without thinking about you)”

Valentine’s Day, also called Saint Valentine’s Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is an ancient Roman tradition which has been celebrated in European countries for ages. These days it is widely celebrated in Asia, including Bangladesh.
To glance back by several centuries, in 270 AD there was a priest named St. Valentino in Rome. During those years, wedding was prohibited for Roman soldiers.
The Roman Emperor thought married soldiers would miss their wives and children when they leave for battlefields and thus would not concentrate on fighting.
Most of the soldiers silently obeyed the rule but some troops were deeply in love. It was a painful thing for them to go to war leaving behind their beloveds.
Some of them secretly approached St. Valentino with their lovers they loved and Valentino used to bless them into wedlock. All that happened in a very confidential way because that was a direct violation of the Emperor’s orders.
Nevertheless, it didn’t remain hidden for long. When Roman Emperor Claudius came to know his soldiers were getting married with the help of a priest, he immediately ordered to get St. Valentino arrested.
St. Valentino was brought to the royal court of Emperor Claudius. St. Valentino boldly confessed to the secret weddings he had carried out for the Roman soldiers as a result of which he was imprisoned by the Emperor.
Finally, the Emperor ordered St. Valentino’s execution. St. Valentino was beheaded during February 270 AD. Most of the historians believe his execution date was 14th February.
Somehow, Love is all about dedication and faith. True love never offers any room for revenge or violence. Nowadays we see lovers going crazy and doing violent things when their love is not returned. This is absolutely unfortunate.
A line may be quoted from poet,” I haven’t slept all night long for you,My eyes are moist and sad for you,I haven’t slept all night long for you, My eyes are moist and sad for you,I was looking out for you,I’ve forgotten about the world for you,I’ve decorated heaven for you,I’ve given up godliness for you,       I’ve decorated heaven for you,I’ve given up godliness for you,
I roam around like crazy for you,I promise, I’ll be there for you, Don’t you ever separate from me,I roam around like crazy for you,I promise, I’ll be there for you,Don’t you ever separate from me, I’ll take you with me in rainy nights, We’ll be intoxicated, let me decrease the distance, Come close to me,
Touch me softly ,I’ll get lost in your love,

Love is our true destiny. We do not find the meaning of life by ourselves alone – we find it with another

take me in your arms, Your fragrance has spread in the search of my life, All my moments have drowned in your feelings, My dreams are saying that,Keep them in your eyes,

They’ll find some peace, Please give them some signals, I roam around like crazy for you, I promise, I’ll be there for you, Don’t you ever separate from me,I roam around like crazy for you, I promise, I’ll be there for you,Don’t you ever separate from me”.

To extract a few words from Paulo Coelho’s landmark novel The Alchemist: “When we love, we always strive to become better than we are. When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better too.” So,
love has the exhilarating power to purify our minds, to widen our vision and to liberate us both on physical and psychological grounds from maladies and misapprehensions. Perhaps that’s why love is chosen so often as the most glowing motif for art, music and literature.
A line may be quoted from Lao Tzu, an ancient Chinese philosopher, “Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” Love is not just a kind of passion;
it emboldens the spirits of those who love their beloveds selflessly. Love is a divine balsam. It can heal wounds which are never to be cured by medicated potions. Lovers die, but love is imperishable and always lies beyond the claws of oblivion.
Authors and poets of different countries have written timeless stories and poems on love. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare,
The Broken Wings by Kahlil Gibran are some of the best-known tales on love. Valentine’s Day is celebrated on 14 February every year and revolves around the concept of ‘Valentine’. A person’s Valentine can be anybody with whom they associate feelings of love, admiration, and happiness. A friend, significant other,
parent, grand-parent or a pet. Since Valentine’s Day is almost here, we share some wishes and messages that you could use to send to your loved ones to wish them on this joyous occasion and express your love for them.
Authors and poets have written poems on love, “The person whom I love, I worship, I complain, Is you, only you oh heart of my life,
The person whom I plea, I desire, I request, Is you only you oh my companion, Your face is all my eyes want oh my beloved, Every day of my life spends in quest (search/desire) of you, Oh my beloved keep on loving me,
Whatever the weather or season it is stay mine forever, Oh my beloved keep on loving me, Whatever the weather or season it is stay mine forever, Oh my beloved keep on loving me, Whatever the weather or season it is stay mine forever”.


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