Unconditional love comes in small packages: open your heart to them.
Why do we still say this????
the meaning behind common superstitions:
Saying “Bless You”
Considered a polite response to a sneeze, the phrase is attributed to Pope Gregory the Great, who said it to people who sneezed during the bubonic plague. “Blessing” someone after they sneezed originated from the erroneous beliefs that the soul escapes the body during a sneeze and that the heart momentarily stops as well. Therefore, saying “God bless you” was a way of welcoming the person back to life.