Love is in the Air

While Valentine's Day isn't everyone's favorite holiday, it gives us an opportunity to question our definition of love and what it really means to us. Whether you're spending the day with your significant other or having a Galentine's Day with your girlfriends, don't forget to love yourself as well. 

Love is seemingly in the air, but the word love does not seem to have the same meaning like it used to. It's thrown out in the open without much thought. It's used casually between friends, even on social media to complete strangers. It's not taken seriously anymore and that's a bit disheartening to think about.

What happened to the times when the word love was sacred and saved up like a precious token that can be used only during the times where love was mutual and felt. To me, the word like seems to have more of a meaning than love

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Photos by: Peter Li