Rise Up to Your Partners Expectations with Your Promises on Valentine Weeks Promise Day
The Valentine week starts with fresh rose blooms, goes on to make love proposals, sweetens with chocolates, hugs with soft teddy bears and then includes the making of promises to your loved one. The fifth day, 11th February, Promise Day is the day of making promises to your partner.
Your partner must have waited for a long time for a specific promise to come from you and today is the best opportunity to make it happen. However, you need to take care and promise something that you can fulfil. It is better to promise less and put in efforts to accomplish more. You should in no case disappoint your partner by failing to live-up-to your promise.
Some people mouth promises which they claim are their own but in fact they are words and sentences picked up from social sites. They feel that such days are just a formality. However, by doing so they are insulting the supporters who believe in the sanctity of the day. You should mean what you say.
Promises should come from the bottom of your heart and only then can you maintain them lifelong.
So, celebrate the day with your loved one by making the promises they desire!
This is the truth of the world: you can spend years devoting your time and love to someone. You can take care of them willingly and happily. You can think you know them as well as they know themselves. You can trust them entirely. But no one, absolutely no one, will ever change unless they want to, and some are incapable of change- no matter who they are, or what they meant to you. Broken people will always find a way to justify their selfish ways. There is no such thing as a promise. ? Kels Adeline Sapp