When it comes to Valentine’s Day, it seems that everyone has an opinion as to whether it is appropriate for Jews to celebrate. Our feeling is that the days of the pagans are so far removed from the current day tradition of chocolates, champagne and romantic dinners that it has simply become a day to share gifts of love. Whether you call it Valentine’s Day or Monday, February 14, it is just another day to show your love. I don’t think there’s anything “un-Jewish” about that, do you?
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