You can use quotes about love in plenty ways - you can send them via SMS, IM or e-mail, you can write them on a greeting card or you can find your own unique and creative way to share them with your beloved. In the end you can be certain about one thing - they will show your loved one just how much you care and love them.
Using famous quotes is an excellent way of expressing our emotion to someone dear to us. It can add spice to any romantic relationship. Even the toughest heart will melt with the poetry of a love quotation. Love sayings can rekindle or strengthen the feelings, inspire people to be better husbands and wives, boyfriends and girlfriends, lovers, parents, daughters and sons, to love fully without conditions.
When it comes to music, there are some music artists who are able to create magic with their music. There are some musicians whose music touches deep inside of the heart. One such great artist is Bob Marley. His name doesnt need any introduction. He is world known for his contribution to Jamaican Music. It was because of his continuous efforts and hard work and, of course, his music that has made Reggae music world known.
In quotations such as Where there is love there is life (Mahatma Gandhi), Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love (Mother Teresa), I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear (Martin Luther King, Jr.) love is considered to be the deepest feeling and the principle of life that makes the humanity better. We read these words and find inspiration in them, share them with our loved ones as something meaningful and worth sharing and we take them as words of wisdom to live by.
Expression of love is important in every relationship. Many relationships dont go a long way because both of the partners dont express their love as much as they should. So it is better to give flowers with a note saying The best thing to hold onto in life is each other (Audrey Hepburn) or a gift basket or a chocolate with a quote True love stories never have endings (Richard Bach) than to let that happen.