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Valentines Day is NOT Just For Lovers – Roz Fruchtman Speaks Out

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My name is Roz Fruchtman.  I am the Owner/Designer of Say It With eCards Judaic Greetings / aka Say It With eCards at http://www.SayItWithEcards.com

To be quite honest… before I came to the web, tapped into my emotions and deep compassion for others and ultimately started designing and creating eCards / Judaic eCards it probably never occurred to me that Valentines Day is NOT just for lovers and significant others. 

Valentines Day IS a day to reach out and “show appreciation, compassion and love” to everyone:  loved ones and significant others, of course; friends; family; business associates and acquaintances.  People are the same whether they are in couples or single.  They should not be treated differently or thought of as different because they are alone.

The way the media — TV, Internet, Newspapers, etc. —  address Valentines Day many find the day depressing instead of full of joy.  Why?  Because not everyone is alone by choice – whether they have not met Mr. Right / Ms. Right or their special Mr. Right / Ms. Right is no longer in their lives – for one reason or another.  No one should be made to feel insignificant or different because of their circumstances relating to their love life.

For this reason, since I can do something to help… at Say It With eCards I am offering a variety of Valentines Day eCards.  On the site it is called either Love in February or Valentines Day Judaic Style as Valentines Day is not a Jewish Holiday per se.  But… Jewish People Love, and these Judaic Love eCards are designed especially for them and their recipients.

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Everyone is important and everyone should be remembered.  These holidays are a time to reach out and say hello, I’m here for you, I love you.  With Say It With eCards you can always find the right Judaic eCards for the right moment.

If you need help on what to send to who, please feel free to contact me.  I am only an email away.

Happy Valentines Day / Happy Love in February / Happy Valentines Day Judaic Style

Warm Regards,

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1 Melody Campbell, The Small Business GuruNo Gravatar { 02.15.08 at 12:43 am }

What a thoughtful post, Roz! You’re so right. Valentine’s a wonderful reminder to stop and say “I love You” to ALL the important people in our life. Some people are very stingy with their “I love you’s,” but whatever you give away – comes back 100 times over.

2 rozNo Gravatar { 02.15.08 at 2:18 am }

Thanks for commenting Melody.

The thing is with the Internet no one really needs to be alone on holidays. I learned that when I first started doing holiday pages, way back when.

I always felt like I was playing hostess, creating a place for people to visit if/when they were lonely or did not have a real invite or place to go on a particular holiday.

Sending eCards is a great way to keep in touch on the holidays — and everyday — and it makes the recipients feel like someone cared enough to take time out of their busy day to think of them. I know, I always feel like that.

Personally, I remember a few times feeling alone and dejected when suddenly a friend sent an eCard — out of the blue. It perked me up, even if it was just for the moment.

Valentines Day is just that kind of holiday when people should reach out, especially with how the media plays up the couples angle.

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