- All over the world people are celebrating Valentine's Day by sending their love out into the world
- Valentine's Day during a global pandemic makes it difficult to reach out and touch someone
- The internet is abuzz with Valentine's Day messages as people do their best to spread the love and nothing else
Love is in the air, all over the world people are spoiling the special people in their lives with chocolates, flowers and more.
Valentine's Day 2021 is different from previous years as the world grapples with a pandemic which keeps people apart on a day when people want to get really close.
The internet has been flooded with Valentine's Day messages as people reach out and touch each other - virtually.
Briefly.co.za put had a look at some of the touching Valentine's Day messages being sent out to the world.
"So My High School #Valentines said she STILL has the Teddy I got her in 2010."
"I, therefore, start a #ValentinesChallenge"
"Happy Valentine’s Day everyone.. may you love yourself intentionally and holistically every day. May love never depart from your heart..."
"To everyone out there that does not get a happy Valentine's Day. I want to wish you a happy Valentines Day from me and that you at least have me and all the others around the world to make you smile by showing you love."
"We need more love in the world!!"
"Took me many years to accept and love myself after experiencing trauma at a young age"
"We can heal after any event we go through & I think it starts with self-acceptance"
"Love will always win over hate"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that One woman, @_FayRabothata, has taken to social media to reveal how her man has carefully crafted the best Valentine's weekend.
Sharing the itinerary that had been sent to her, the woman revealed how thoughtfully crafted her weekend plans are:
"The main goal for tomorrow is to ignite the fire back in you regarding your art, hence we'll be gallery hopping. We will then wrap it up with a boozy lunch date at your favourite spot."
In other news, US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill decorated the White House lawn with hearts in preparation for Valentines Day.
The presidential couple posed for pictures and answered journalists' questions on the lawn of the White House surrounded by giant hearts with inspirational messages written on them.
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