As a single, I know that the flaring up of strong feelings on Valentine’s Day is almost unavoidable. But we always have a choice. It can be a fire that burns us or a fire that fuels us. And if I could issue one challenge to my fellow singles out there (and to myself), it is to make this day a monument of devotion, not of depression.
Aim your attention outward, not focusing on what you don’t have, but rather on what you can give — and give up — for the sake of your future spouse.
This day is a celebration of commitment, of selfless, honest, and true love; so don’t let its theme be one of self-pity or self-focusedness. Whether you know the name of your other half or not, let Valentine’s Day be a day of joy, a day where you celebrate, commemorate, and actively — excitedly — express to him or her the length, strength, and depth of your devotion.
God will give you a "love story" far better than you could dream of :)