A Beautiful Heart…

Along our journey in this life we are constantly faced with hard times and hard people. In our assumption that our sail in this world will be a soft one, we come along high waters and crushing waves. As times get tough and as we wither inside to become bitter about life and people, time comes for an urgency to look deep within and dig out our sacred hidden treasure.

In every person’s chest lies a small wonder, a little organ that God have planted there to keep this body of sand and dust alive. It pumps our blood in our veins, keeps our other organs alive, but it’s true role is to pump love into our being and soul. It is simply there to keep us going on through our life journey untill the day our creator asks us to come back home.

We all came across the term a “hardened heart”, yet how can a tender organ be hardened; if God’s intention was to make it hard then it would have been just another bone. The heart hardens because we allow it to, we bring inside ourselves all the despair, the bitterness and the ugliness that exists in this life, and as it hardens our life becomes empty, everything around us loses its beauty and our journey renders itself to be a trip of pain and suffering.

God planted in us a beautiful flower, it was intended to keep us alive and to feel alive. Our duty is to keep it alive, we have to keep watering it with all that is good. Keep looking for the beauty around you, keep looking fo love, keep looking for compassion, keep looking for tenderness, and above all keep your faith.

If you want to wish anyone or yourself a beautiful wish… Always wish for A Beautiful Heart.

About Sam

Cerca Trova is the Latin for ” Seek and you Shall Find “…. I’ve been in constant search for meaningful answers to many issues in my life..i have found some and many are still missing… I found answers in music, in poetry,in other’s words,and my personal experience… Yet I’m still seeking answers for so much more… I would love to share with you what I’ve found so far,and take you along on my journey in seeking the rest…
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