Why Should We Not Celebrate Valentine's Day

From a harmless, common celebration of love, the concept of Valentine's Day has changed since a few years. A political issue, an emotional issue and a rights issue, all adjectives have been added to this harmless little celebration of love.

However, the reasons that Valentine's Day shouldn't be celebrated are too many and actually logical. For one, the logical begs to ask the question, 'if you love your girlfriend or boyfriend on Valentine's Day, what do you do with them all year long, hate them?' Why should the expression of love be destined and hampered to only one day?

Basically, Valentine's Day has become too commercial to be a harmless celebration today. Who has not seen college and school kids save and save money all year long to gift their boyfriends and girlfriends on Valentine's Day? And what about the cost of the gift? If I give a hundred rupees worth gift to my girl and you give a thousand rupees worth gift to your girl, do I love my girlfriend less than you love your girlfriend?

Apart from these reasons, there are seldom any reasons for the non-celebration of valentine's day. However, there is one particular reason that is hawked across in some countries is that valentine's day us against the culture and traditions of countries. This is all right, and maybe they are right in their own way. But the means are much more dangerous than the cause. Countless couples are humiliated every valentine's day on account of them celebrating valentine's day. And this is not just a matter of individuals, many hotels and institutions have bore the brunt of disgruntled narrow minded people who speak about the non-celebration of Valentine's day.





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