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Valentines Day can also be a wonderful reset button for a relationship-do you agree?

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Asked by sumita bhadrachaudhari, 07 Feb '10 04:46 pm
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Dear Sumitaji, Hi ge mam. No I dont believe in re-kindling the relationship once it is broken as it is like a brokem cup. Even if you try to join, the cracks will always be there. So once if you break the relationship, just move on in life with a positive approach towards life. regards Cyrus
Answered by cyrus irani, 07 Feb '10 07:09 pm

 
  
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We are lucky that Valentines Day is celebrated at all...with all the opposition it has faced from fundamentalists.
As the day nears we can feel the vibrance in steps and mood of those in Love...and even those who expect to fall in love with the object of their affections.
And on the very day...we find young ones and matured ones both ...ready to forgive and forget...so possibly right about the reset button...in the electronic age its valid too...like the reset of computers and gadgets which hang when disturbed...with the option of reset :))))))
However the fact that we can have one selective day only to feel overtly in Love is distressing.
What do the romantics like me do on the rest of the 364 days ?:))))))))

But jokes apart...I totally agree that as a it has been marked out as a day of love / lovers... we are mentally psyched up to accept and express the beautiful and heavenly feeling of Love... forgetting / forgiving past tiffs...and as you say it becomes " a wonderful reset ...more
Answered by prasoon, 08 Feb '10 02:39 pm

 
  
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I believe, there is no time better than NOW for patch up......and if it happens on a good and auspicious day like Valentines day .....it is more enjoyable and memorable.

When we live live, there may be some instances where we have difference of opinion ( Maath-vedh)....but that should not create a mental wall between each other......if at all that happens, then we should seek some opportunity for break that wall and make bridge between two minds.....and let that be a valentine day....

The snake sheds its old skin and then moves on with the new skin. When new season comes, every year the deer sheds its old antlers. When mud or water sits on the animal, what do they do? They just shake it all off, and move on... And if there is some water on the body of the dog or cat, they just shake it all off. And we keep our mud throughout our whole lifetime. We carry all the garbage in our head or heart throughout our lifetimes ? Now, with the help of Valentine's day, let's shake them all, rej ...more
Answered by saumen ganguli, 08 Feb '10 01:31 pm

 
  
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100% it is like a 'sanjivni booti' for a broken/disputed relationship.we must celebrate it with full positive approach.nice q sumita,
Answered by jaya acharjee, 08 Feb '10 12:14 pm

 
  
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In my opinion for realtionship this day is not needed rather any day can be as good as this day
Answered by krish, 08 Feb '10 10:14 am

 
  
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Yes Sumita ji, we cannot expect a relationship to remain a smooth sailing all the time. There are ups and downs. At times there are misunderstandings. Tempers are frayed. You feel the friendship is on the verge of collapse. The events like Valentine day offers us an excellent opportunity to patch up the differences. I agree with you one hundred percent it is an excellent reset button to renew a severed relationship. However, i must agree on this forum I almost broke the relationship with friends many a times, but I was always able to reset it, but never only on valentine day but on any day.
Answered by !, 08 Feb '10 08:21 am

 
  
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Valentine's Day can also be a reset button if it's a healthy ongoing relationship but not if it's a broken one. No matter how much you try to join, the crack will always be there.
Answered by John Mascarenhas, 08 Feb '10 01:41 am

 
  
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Not really and not always-May be used as an opportunity that's it
Answered by SriniVenkat, 07 Feb '10 10:32 pm

 
  
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It can only be a marker day to start afresh only if the groundwork for a reunion has been done prior to that and with a fresh approach and mind, a couple may rekindle or reset a relationship that had gone awry for whatever reasons it may be.

If deep rooted problems, differences and the elementst that led to the break up are still floating around even at subterranean levels of the mind, there is nothing to effuse new passions or bring forth new kindness to each other. Only when they are completely convinced that, the past is set aside, the present is reconciled and there is hope in the future, would a reunion on Valentine day become a wonderful reset button.
Answered by Omega, 07 Feb '10 08:47 pm

 
  
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Ya but not at all souls are mde in heaven
Answered by Shiva, 11 Feb '10 12:23 pm

 
  
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