There is a show in Paris called "How's Love Doing?" It is a forty year look at love in Parisian society. The conclusion is how love has transformed.
The movie described below sounds like a gem, and offers a way to weed out whether or not someone is right for you.
The article in the NY Times by Alan Riding concludes:
"Not everything in this show is solemn.
In fact, a such-is-life short movie, "Pacotille" ("Trinket") by Eric Jameux, drew the largest crowd one recent afternoon. In it Thierry gives a necklace with a little heart to Karine and points out the inscriptions: "More Than Yesterday" on one side, "Less Than Tomorrow" on the other. Karine doesn't understand. Thierry explains that each day he loves her more.
"But you said less!" she retorts.
Thierry tries again, but to no avail. "I want someone who loves me the same every day," Karine declares — and walks out on him."
May we each learn even more ways to accept love in all its evolving forms.
Have a better day than yesterday, and, savor one less, yes, less than tomorrow. : )