I already know the answer, but I will address it anyway. Have you ever felt sadness or heaviness in your heart? Have you ever experienced a broken heart? We all have from time to time in our lives, whether it’s caused from the actions of others, or ourselves. Hearts are breakable. Life isn’t always fair, and can often be cruel. It seems that it’s just part of life’s cycle. It’s something that we all encounter, and there is no escaping it. And…for so many different reasons known, too many to list; others which may not even be apparent. There are life situations that cause your emotions to be exposed and your heart to be hurt when you least expect it. No one is ever ready or prepared to have their heart broken.
Things just happen. But with that being said, you must be aware of what you are feeling, and know when to move on or walk away. Life offers you choices and your heart heals when the right choices are made. Listen and follow your heart.
You can’t allow clouds to create barriers that will close your heart, because when you do, you lose sight of what really matters to you. Don’t say things are okay when they’re not. You’ll miss out on moments that are most important in your life. Moments that can pass quickly, and that you will never have the chance to capture again. Your heart becomes heavy and burdened with sadness. You lose your focus on what really makes your heart happy.
Life will be what you make of it. So when your heart is feeling sad, hurt, broken or just heavy, listen to what it’s telling you. Allow it to open and heal. Realize what’s most important to you in your life, and there lies your focus. Yes, the moments in life, that most touch your heart, and can bring you happiness and joy. That’s what heals the heart. The more you nourish your soul with those happy thoughts, the happier your heart becomes. That creates self gravitation. That creates happiness.
Tend to “Matters of the Heart”… “Your Heart”
Let your heart smile when it’s happy. Let it be known when it is not.
Don’t rush through moments… where your attention is needed.
~ Jill Lee