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3 Ideas For Inspiring Love Quotes

Are you looking for meaningful love quotes and inspiring romantic sayings? You know how sometimes nothing can describe your deep, strong love better than a wise and meaningful love quote.

Even though some love quotations and sayings may sound simple, but they bring a strong, deep meaning that goes beyond words and touches your heart.

There are also some other quotes that are more complicated and deeper. They bring to you an even more inspiring and meaningful message that is simply amazing.

loveHere are 3 easy ideas to make the best of your favorite romantic love quotes

1. Collect Your Favorite Romantic Love Quotes

You may hear a quotation you like in a romantic movie you are watching… or you may come across it in a romance novel. You may even see it on a Valentine’s Day card in a store.

So why not simply write it down and add it to your amazing collection of your favorite love sayings?

So every time time you are looking for some inspiration of love, you can just check out your favorite collection of inspiring and meaningful quotations.

2. Discover New Types of Love Quotes

Did you know? You can find all types and styles of romantic quotes – funny, sad, sweet, wise, french, biblical, strong, and more.

So depending on your mood right now, you enjoy a wide variety of beautiful, inspiring love quotes available for you for free on many websites. Simply do a simple Google search and you will be amazed how many great resources you will find.

3. Share You Favorite Quotes with Your Loved One

You enjoy reading sweet romantic love sayings, don’t you? Well, so does your partner. So why not share your best favorite quotes with your loved one so you can enjoy talking about the deep meaning it has together.

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Posted by on November 1, 2012 in love quotes



The Role of Love Quotes

Quotes are a great way to tell your feelings to your crush, wife, friends or parents. There are numerous quotes such as cute love quotes, movie love quotes and so much more.

A famous love quote can make anything more romantic, like a radio greetings, cell phone text messages and personal letters. Famous love quotes help convey a message that one find it difficult to express in his own words. It fosters a better relationship, or helps rekindle old feelings. It has more positivism to it than one can possibly imagine.

loveAll people in any age group use love quotes at some point in their lives. Whether they are youngsters experiencing crushes, a divorced looking for a new relationship or an old person falling in love again, almost every person love to use quotes in order to tell their deepest and truest feelings.

Cute love quotes are classified as those sayings that could not be taken as very serious and deep, yet it conveys the real emotions of love in a more playful tone. It still ignites the same passion. These are often sent to those just starting out a relationship, or to begin conveying feelings of fondness for another person. It will be awkward to say to someone you barely know the words, “I love you,” yet a cute love quote will send the message that you are beginning to like that person.

Cute love quotes can also be everyday messages that a couple will send to one another to spice up a day, especially if the stress from work is creeping in. For example, if one says he finds a girl as bright as a sunshine, he does not mean this literally. He is complimenting the girl and giving subtle hints of adoration.

Many people consider love as the most wonderful gift of God to mankind. And for this reason alone, love quotes will be perpetualized. People go on a life journey, and they will go through different stages of life. These love quotes, though mushy at times, will help them live by.

There will be times when we will be left alone to deal with our own emotions, be it happy or sad. And love quotes are just within reach to nurture these feelings. It makes us grow stronger and steadfast to our beliefs.

Our stronghold to love quotes is manifest in many ways. These words are scattered in our scrapbooking crafts, in the photographs we cherish and put in frames, in our bookmarks, posters and other memorabilia.

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Posted by on August 14, 2012 in love quotes



Using Romantic Love Quotes To Express Your Love

Love QuotesIt is said that ‘the best and most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt with the heart’. Love, is one of those things. It is true that one needs to feel the love, but it is also true that love needs to be expressed, so that it can be felt! And what can be a better way to express your love, than the use of some romantic quotes? Romantic quotes for him are meant to give voice to your deep feelings, that you usually try to express, but do not find words for! From centuries, people have been using love quotes to express their love. Here are some romantic quotes for your boyfriend.

So, you have successfully crossed all hurdles and made the Cupid’s arrow hit her! The first and major step of ‘falling’ in love is over. But now are you unsure of how to impress her? Well, love quotes and sayings always come handy in such situations! Here are some love quotes and sayings for her, which will guarantee that you are a success.

Romantic Love Quotes and Sayings

A hundred hearts would be too few to carry all my love for you. – Anonymous.

You’re the one reason I wake up in the morning, you’re the one reason I find a way to smile, you’re the one person that can change everything around when it is going bad. Your eyes, your smile, your everything, your laugh, your look in your eyes when you talk to me. It’s just everything about you that makes me want you even more. – Anonymous.

The hours I spend with you I look upon as sort of a perfumed garden, a dim twilight, and a fountain singing to it. You and you alone make me feel that I am alive. Other men it is said have seen angels, but I have seen thee and thou art enough. – George Moore.

I seem to have loved you in numberless forms, numberless times, in life after life, in age after age forever. – Rabindranath Tagore.

A kiss, when all is said, what is it?
A rosy dot placed on the “i” in loving;
‘Tis a secret told to the mouth instead of to the ear.

– Edmond Rostand.

I’ll be your crying shoulder, I’ll be love suicide, I’ll be better when I’m older, I’ll be the greatest fan of your life. – Edwin McCain.

Love can never grow old.
Locks may lose their brown and gold.
Cheeks may fade and hollow grow.
But the hearts that love will know,
never winter’s frost and chill,
summer’s warmth is in them still.
– Leo Buscaglia.

Inspirational Love Quotes and Sayings

The ultimate test of a relationship is to disagree but to hold hands. – Alexandra Penney.

When you look into her eyes, you know what kind of man you wanna be. – From the movie, ‘Spiderman’.

Love is a symbol of eternity. It wipes out all sense of time, destroying all memory of a beginning and all fear of an end. – Anonymous.

Death cannot stop true love, it can only delay it for a little while. – From the movie, ‘The Princess Bride’.

Love makes the wildest spirit tame, and the tamest spirit wild. – Alexis Delp.

Love creates an “us” without, destroying a “me”. – Leo Buscaglia.

You can’t force someone to love you; all you can do is become someone who can be loved; the rest is up to them. – Anonymous.

Funny Love Quotes and Sayings

I ran up the door, opened the stairs,
said my pajamas and put on my prayers –
turned off my bed, tumbled into my light,
and all because she kissed me good-night!
– Anonymous.

The perfect love affair is one which is conducted entirely by post. – George Bernard Shaw.

Falling in love consists merely of uncorking the imagination and bottling the common-sense – Helen Rowland.

Every time she sneezes I believe it’s love. – From the song, ‘Anna Begins’, by Counting Crows.

“That’s why they call them crushes. If they were easy, they’d call them something else. – Sixteen Candles.

To be happy with a man you must understand him a lot and love him a little. To be happy with a woman you must love her a lot and not try to understand her at all. -Helen Rowland.

True Love Quotes and Sayings

Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs.
Being purged, a fire sparkling in lovers’ eyes.
Being vexed, a sea nourished with lovers’ tears.
What is it else?
A madness most discreet,
a choking gall and a preserving sweet.
– William Shakespeare.

When you love someone, you love the whole person, just as he or she is, and not as you would like them to be. – Leo Tolstoy.

You learn to like someone when you find out what makes them laugh, but you can never truly love someone until you find out what makes them cry. – Anonymous.

I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I’m with you. – Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

Lust is when you love what you see. Love is when you lust for what’s inside. – Renee Conkle.

When you like someone, you like them in spite of their faults. When you love someone, you love them with their faults. – Elizabeth Cameron.

True love is spelled G-I-V-E. It is not based on what you can get, but rooted in what you can give to the other person – Josh McDowell.

Love is something eternal; the aspect may change, but not the essence. – Vincent Van Gogh.

These were some of the most beautiful love quotes and sayings. Before bidding adieu, I’d just like to say that, whichever love quotes and sayings you use for her, say them from the bottom of your heart because If you really mean it, even gibberish may become love quotes and sayings for her!

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Posted by on March 29, 2012 in love quotes



Express Your Deep Love With Love Quotes

love quotesWhen it comes to love quotes few are as successful in their aim as romantic quotes. Regardless of whom the recipient is, there’s something to being told something truly romantic, even though the words being uttered are not original. Let us have a look at three examples of the type of romantic quotations that are likely to have the desired impact.

“I love her and that’s the beginning and end of everything.” (F. Scott Fitzgerald)

When his engagement to Zelda Sayre was called off, twentieth century American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald (most famous for his work ‘The Great Gatsby’) retorted to a letter stating it was probably for the best with the above statement. As far as love goes, it doesn’t get more solid than that.

Letting the world know that your girlfriend/boyfriend, wife/husband, partner/lover means absolutely everything to you is bound to win you some bonus points along the way. Be warned though, “love quotes” with this type of intensity must only be uttered when you are 100 per cent certain of your love. Playing this particular card and then feeling otherwise a few days later is going to cause you more than a few problems that even the best “love quotations” won’t get you out of.

“If I had a flower for every time I thought of you, I could walk in my garden forever.” (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)

Unfortunately, we don’t all have the literary talents of a Poet Laureate. Fortunately,romantic quotes such as that above sound fantastic no matter who recites them. So take advantage of a nineteenth century master poet next time you’re looking to express your deepest love

What’s more, this is the type of quote that can be readily included in the likes of wedding vows and wedding speeches. The idea of continually thinking about your other half to the extent that they are the only thing on your mind is exactly what this type of occasion stands for.

“A simple I love you means more than money.” (Frank Sinatra)love quotes

When Old Blue Eyes crooned this particular line in his single ‘Tell Her You Love Her’ back in 1963, a classic romantic saying became even more of a classic. Those three little words can mean so much, and at the same time they can generate just about as much desire as any words in the English language.

To Sinatra love had more importance to it than even his hefty bill-fold. If you’re a little younger and need it simplified, J.Lo meant the same thing when she sang her “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.” For any couple money worries will pop-up at some time, but even these can be toppled by love

The need to be loved is inherent in almost all of us, and people like Frank and Jenny realized that it is better to be loved that to be filthy rich. Whilst this might seem a little hard to believe, remembering to use romantic quotes such as these, and “love quotes” in general, is a good way of ensuring a little longevity to your relationship.

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Posted by on February 15, 2012 in love quotes



Rise to lose labor of love and Shakespeare’s plays are in public

Although it’s one of Shakespeare’s comedies, many of Love’s Labor’s Lost’s baroque jokes ain’t exactly funny—or not to modern ears, anyway. As much about the perils of rote classical learning as the pangs of unrequited love, the play must feature more obsolete wordplay about Latin declensions per minute than anything else in the canon. Classicists, delight! Shakespeare lovers hoping for a sweet-sad-jocund Twelfth Night kinda evening? Brace your ears.

Faced with the archaic tangle of much of the play’s poetry, you can understand why director Karin Coonrod, in her new production at the Public, decides to trim it back and lay on the slapstick. Her leanish two-hour version slims down the subplots, concentrating on the main action’s parable about real-world love defeating scholarly good intentions. But she also tries to cut away the play’s ambiguities, turning it into the unfussy Shakespearean romp it never really was.

Richard Termine

Ladies vs. bookshearts


Love’s Labor’s Lost

By William Shakespeare

The Public Theater

425 Lafayette Street


One fine day, the King of Navarre and a brace of aristocratic buds take an ill-considered vow: to scorn the pleasures of the flesh—women above all, but also delicious snacks and a good night’s sleep—and hit the books hard, drilling philosophy till they know everything there is to know about the universe (in Shakespeare’s time this was not an impossible goal). But their cramming can’t outlast the arrival of the alluring Princess of France and her klatch of aristocratic honeys—soon, the would-be schoolboys are devoting their academic energy to arguing themselves out of the classroom and into love. Meanwhile, Don Armado, a boisterous Spanish stereotype, and Holofernes, a schoolmaster high on the fumes emanating from classical tomes, show us a range of strategies for mangling the English language.

Many of the loudest laughs in Coonrod’s production come from physical gags or arch little interjections. (At times, it’s as if we’re watching a different play, some knockabout farce, that has been dubbed into Shakespearean.) This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it does point to a question that hulks elephant-like in the room throughout the evening. Why this play? By simplifying Love’s down to a slaphappy rom-com about hijinks among four matched pairs of generic lovers (with some wacky hangers-on), Coonrod is apparently aiming to create A Midsummer Night’s Dream 2.0.

Seemingly baffled by the text, some company members elect to ignore it. This Holofernes (Steven Skybell) is a Jerry Lewis–like boob, screeching his classical quibbles like a fictional Oriental language, and getting his chuckles elsewhere. (There’s a problem when the headiest character in the play—so heady he probably forgets he has a body—mimes pooping to indicate thinking.) Other performers simply miss the point: I’ve never seen a less funny rendition of Armado’s “I do affect the very ground” soliloquy—usually catnip for a classical comedian, but given a weirdly perfunctory recitation here by Reg E. Cathey. A few actors fare better—Nick Westrate’s witty Berowne and Robert Stanton’s hillbilly Dull are highlights—but most of the ensemble seems an iamb or two behind the verse much of the time.

The larger problem here is that Love’s Labor’s Lost isn’t really the sunny comedy Coonrod clearly wants it to be: Shakespeare’s lovers are too deliberately similar, the romantic gamesmanship too highly wrought, the verbal quibbling too intense, the strange masques that round out the play too meta. Something else is going on besides firing hormones. The bubbly play is actually making serious arguments about the fractious on-again/off-again love affair between language and meaning, and the difficult relationship between abstract ideas and experiential knowledge. Not easy stuff to stage, but not just boys-meet-girls, either. (As each lover gets googoo-eyed, Coonrod brings on a cherub with a bow—literal much?)

Love’s eerie conclusion—mingling layered pageants-within-the-play with a chilling gust of grief—condemns the dudes to what they said they wanted at the beginning: a period of lonely contemplation on an isolated mountaintop. That outcome should seem almost tragic, deferring the mass marriages that ought to conclude the comedy, keeping conciliatory happiness in suspense. Instead, Coonrod’s version tries to file away the ending’s rough edges by prolonging a rousing song—but the uneasiness, the potential for loss amidst love that Shakespeare’s title alludes to, remains.

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Posted by on November 2, 2011 in Love bread


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r-LIZZIE-MARIE-CUISINE-large570The first time Lizzie Marie Likness heard herself compared to a celebrity chef, she was a 7-year-old wearing a costume for Halloween. “This lady was like, ‘You look just like Rachael Ray. You’re going to be the next Rachael Ray,'” Likness recalls. Those words stuck with her. But today, she isn’t just playing dress-up.

At age 11, Likness has turned a love of healthy cooking into Lizzie Marie Cuisine, a successful website featuring videos, recipes and blogs to help kids eat healthier, and corporate projects, such as “Healthy Cooking with Chef Lizzie,” an online TV show for WebMD. Next on her branding agenda? A cookbook and dreams of a cookware line. At this rate, she’s on track to oversee a cooking empire by the time she hits her teens.

For this young entrepreneur, pursuing her passion has always helped lead the way for her business. A little advice from Rachael Ray herself certainly doesn’t hurt either.

At what age did you first fall in love with cooking?

I started cooking when I was about 2 years old. My mom and grandmother taught me how to cook. My mom would take me into the kitchen and put me on the counter, and I’d be her taste tester. If she was making soup or apple sauce, I’d stir the pot, add spices.

Then, at 6 years old, I got interested in horseback riding. I asked my parents if I could take lessons if I paid for them myself. When they asked how I would do that, I suggested selling homemade baked goods at a local farmers market. I did that for about a year and half, and that’s when I realized I liked cooking and showing people that healthy foods can be really fun and delicious.

When did you start realizing this might go beyond just funding your horseback-riding lessons and that it could be an actual business?

I never thought I would ever actually build a business out of just selling my apple dapple bread and chocolate chip cookies at the local farmers market. It was just something I was doing so I could pursue another passion I had in life. But once I started realizing how much people enjoyed my cooking and how much I enjoyed getting up early in the morning and baking and seeing people’s faces once they tried my food, that’s when I wanted to take it to the next level. I asked my dad to make me a website. And we did the first video and posted it on YouTube. I was nervous. A lot of people were supportive and helpful, while some people didn’t think a young person should be in the kitchen cooking. That’s their opinion. I love what I’m doing and it’s allowed me to do so many incredible things. I’m just kind of going with the flow and enjoying it and seeing where it takes me.

What were some of the initial reactions from customers?

A lot of people were surprised at how young I was, because they didn’t think a 6-year-old could be in the kitchen, baking breads and cookies. Once they got over that, they were pleasantly surprised and said the food was good and healthy. A lot of people are also skeptical at first because my recipes are creative and use interesting ingredients, but once they taste them, they realize healthy foods don’t have to be boring — they can be yummy and exciting.

Was your business also inspired by your parents’ combined 100-pound weight loss?

When my parents lost their weight, I was probably like 2 or 3, so I didn’t really take notice. My dad had a healthy-living business, and when I was older and started to learn more about why he had the business, I realized it was a pretty big deal to have a combined weight loss of 100 pounds. It was inspirational. It helped spark my interest. I thought if my parents could do it, anybody could do it.

My dad particularly helped me a lot with the business aspect. Mom and I would brainstorm over how we could take regular recipes that every kid knows and make them healthier and more exciting.

My parents have always been really supportive of me. When I was interested in tennis, they’d make sure I worked hard on it so I could be the best I was. No matter how old you are, it’s going to be hard to start your own business. You definitely need advice, and parents are some of the only people who can tell you this stuff. You shouldn’t be afraid to ask them for help, take whatever advice they give you, tell them what you really like to do and show them how much it means to you. They’ll see this is something you want to pursue and be open to the idea of helping you start your own business and seeing where it takes you.

How did the WebMD opportunity come up?

WebMD came to me. They were creating a Web show geared toward kids, teaching them how healthy eating could be really fun and how they could get involved in doing that. It was really cool because the first chef they thought of was Jamie Oliver, but he wasn’t available because he was doing Food Revolution. And the next person they thought of was me, which I was very flattered by. It was a fun experience — they flew me to New York last December and I was there for about week filming. It was hard work but really fun, and I would love to do something like that again.

Is that when you realized you really could be the next Rachael Ray?

It’s cool how she has her own talk show, and I think she is a really great chef and she has so much energy and loves what she’s doing so much. I would definitely love to have the same opportunities she does and have my own talk show or cooking show one day. She’s definitely a person I look up to, and I really respect her.

What was it like meeting her on her show as a contestant for the Kindness Challenge?

I was not nervous before at all. I was nervous when I actually got out there and realized I was on Rachael Ray. But it was so fun and a really great experience. It was fun shaking her hand. It was cool, I was the youngest person out of the group. When Rachael was announcing our videos and she said my name, I was like, “Oh my gosh, Rachael Ray knows my name. That’s so cool.” I was a little starstruck but was able to keep it together until after we got out. My mom and I went to lunch, and I said, “Oh my goodness, I just shook Rachael Ray’s hand.”

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Posted by on October 26, 2011 in Love bread


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If you love She give her the best

Don’t look now, but here come the holidays (really, they’re just 10 weeks away!). This year, we’re going to make planning and budgeting for them a snap.f40602b83be11729_80617015.xlarge

That’s why we’re starting early to help you tackle the season step by step — and save time, money and stress. If you follow our Guerrilla Guide each week, we promise that by the end of December, you’ll be outside on the skating rink instead of stressing inside the shopping mall.

According to our Facebook poll, 78% of LearnVesters were already thinking about holiday gifts as early as last week. So, for this issue of the Guerrilla Guide, we bring you the newest way to sort out your holiday gift list.


As you make your list this year, we want you to think about holiday giving a little differently.

Before you start assigning dollar amounts to everyone and hunting around for products to buy and wrap, first consider whether the best gift for them is a thing with a price tag. According to the Five Love Languages, defined by marriage counselor Dr. Gary Chapman, people receive messages of love very differently, and only one of these categories involves actual physical gifts. Some people would rather receive acts of service or quality time instead.

Read on to find out more.

In holiday-speak, the Five Love Languages can help you figure out who in your life responds best to which type of gift.

The Five Love Languages are:

Words of affirmation

Acts of service

Physical touch

Quality time

Receiving gifts

Don’t know your own love language — let alone which one your friends and family speak? “You can pick up cues about your friend or family member’s inclinations during everyday conversations,” explains Dr. Natalie Robinson Garfield, psychotherapist and author of “The Sense Connection”. Or you can always take the Love Languages quiz together. But in case you’re pressed for time, we’ve compiled this handy guide to help you decode who speaks what — and plot the best gift-giving strategy.

This holiday, limit buying “stuff” to just the people who want it, and you’ll have the best gift-giving season ever, in terms of green friendliness, time savings, thoughtfulness and money.

Words of Affirmation

In sum: These are word folks: People who feel loved through words of affirmation want to hear you say you love them, or what they mean to you. They love sweet messages, notes, letters and spoken words of appreciation.

Signs your loved one speaks this language: This is probably the person who’s good at expressing how much you mean to her. (We commonly express affection in the language we’d like to hear.) People who speak this language also generally enjoy using words—they’re those who tend to explain verbally rather than physically. They might respond ecstatically to a nice compliment.

Great gifts: This is the type who will linger over the words of a card (sometimes more so than the gift), so for a words of affirmation lover, never leave out the card! Spend more time crafting a thoughtful sentiment — the more specific the better—and tell her exactly how much she means to you and why you value her. If you want to forgo a physical gift, this person may just as well appreciate a beautiful card, a meaningful letter or — if you have the creative chops — a poem.

Acts of Service

In sum: Dad did always say you know your true friends by who’s at the other end of the couch when you move. These are the people who view helpful and service-oriented acts as signs you care: running errands, making a meal, helping out with a task.

Signs that your loved one speaks this language: This person feels connected through helpful actions, and is often volunteering to take things off your plate when you’re overwhelmed — and if you do something nice for him like grab him a cup of coffee or walk his dog, he feels more gratitude than if you had paid someone to do those things.

Great gifts: This person might not appreciate a physical gift as much as your doing something nice for him, such as cooking his favorite dinner, helping him throw a party, or assisting with a major work project. Consider one of those homemade “coupon books” for this receiver — filled with freebies for doing laundry, taking out the trash or bringing him breakfast in bed. If you do decide to buy this person a gift, consider spending less on something that has an act of service wrapped up in it — i.e. get a bag of gourmet coffee beans and attach a note saying that you’ll bring him a freshly brewed cup every morning.

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Posted by on October 21, 2011 in Love


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