The Heart is probably the most talked about and focused on part of the human body. Its been widely portrayed as a Broken Heart, a Happy Heart, a Foolish Heart, a Cheating Heart, a Beating Heart, a Shattered Heart, a Bleeding Heart and a Still Heart. For now let's allow it to be a Light-Hearted Heart. Even though this is already a long list, Iím sure Iíve missed many others. I wonít be disheartened by that fact though because I have a Strong Heart and since I know you all have Open Hearts that are Forgiving Hearts I know you wonít be bothered by that fact. What kind of Heart do you have? Letís have a Heart to Heart talk about it!
Iím sure that most of us would prefer to have a Happy Heart rather than a Broken Heart but unfortunately that isnít always possible. There are many people out there who have Restless Hearts that turn into Cheating Hearts and they have little or no concern about leaving a string of Broken Hearts behind them. Itís difficult for them to understand that a person with a Shattered Heart may have a Change of Heart about the person who shattered their Heart of Glass.
But cheer up, someone may come along with a Giving Heart who will offer uplifting words of wisdom and turn your Bleeding Heart into a rhythmic Beating Heart and your Impulsive Heart may not be able to keep from shouting out, ďbe still my Foolish HeartĒ.
So even if you think you have a Sappy Heart, it could in fact be a Happy Heart and thereís always hope that a Blue Heart will meet a True Heart and that someone who has a Touching Heart will touch your Loving Heart and the two of you will be off to a great start of creating a happy relationship thatís a work of art!
And while weíre on the subject of Matters of the Heart be sure to take good care of your heart with healthy habits for the mind and the body that houses the heart. To have a Healthy Heart you have to do your part!
Until next time, have a warm heart but be COOL! Be happy, be well, and be the best you that you can be!
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