Are cupids real

Cupid is a symbol of love and can be seen on most Valentine cards. He is the most famous of the Valentine symbols and everybody knew him as a mischievous, winged child armed with a bow and arrows. The arrows signify desires and emotions of love, and Cupid aims those arrows at human beings, causing them to fall deeply in love.

Cupid has always played a role in the celebrations of love and lovers. In ancient Greece, he was known as Eros, the young son of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty.


In Roman mythology, Venus was jealous of the beauty of Psyche, Cupid’s mortal bride, and ordered Cupid to punish her. But instead, Cupid fell deeply in love with her. He took her as his wife, but as a mortal, she was forbidden to look at him. Psyche was happy until her sisters persuaded her to look at Cupid.

As soon as Psyche looked at him, Cupid punished her by leaving. Their lovely castle and gardens vanished too. Today, Cupid and his arrows have become the most popular of love signs, and love is most frequently depicted by two hearts pierced by Cupid’s arrow.

Magnum Opus, and Nothing Less The Inner Chamber

When there seem to be no words to describe your love, you use all the words available. Love cannot be quantified so it is hard to measure the depth of it. This is a poem that bears me witness.  — Send in a voice message:
  1. Magnum Opus, and Nothing Less
  2. How do you deal with worries
  3. Try not to get stuck in growing up
  4. Are you looking for the right one? Listen to this.
  5. Women are never right. Listen to this before you argue