Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, can be a day of love or dread because of its emphasis on roses, chocolate, candlelight and expensive dates. However, it can also simply be about taking special care to show your love and appreciation for the people who are special to you. Many great religious thinkers and spiritual texts have offered thoughts on the power of love, from the Hebrew Bible to the Christian New Testament, Lao Tzu to Mother Teresa. In the name of deepening the meaning of this day, HuffPost Religion has compiled some of the most loving wisdom. READ MORE
Happy Valentine’s Day from World Faith!