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Thursday, September 19, 2013

At the heart of all

Simply struck by the chord where the heart is purest, I snapped a photo to capture the awesomeness of hope and love.
Sealed moments of love's expression are ingrained in our minds.  They invite us to want more, for ourselves, our loved ones, and ultimately for the world.
The fairy tale lives in our hearts as it does at the heart of God's creation, and regardless of the ease with which we enter and stay in a relationship, the dance takes work and practice.
Between Princess Kate and Prince William, I see a heart, and within it, ours.
Love stories never really end as relationships sometimes do.  Why?
Well, once love is felt, love continues to live, not even just as a memory that engraves our hearts, but in the very spirit that embraces its own reality.
The soul encases a glimpse of God's Holy Spirit as an ever source of pure love.  While a representative of our very being, it carries the legacy we provide back to our Maker.  The soul within us is the life and light of God; it's as if we borrow the possibility to live on earth as it is in heaven, and though all our conditions are unique, our free will is given to us with a purpose to  fulfill our best possible gift to the world.  I believe we are free to choose but the lessons we learn and teach have been assigned.
I encourage you to exercise true silence.
Journal your mind's observations.
Write your heart's mirrored emotions in phrases, sentences, or one word at a time.
We know far more than we realize.  Our subconscious gathers a fountain of observations and nudges us to recognize the obvious.  If we can practice being alert to our breadth, we can feel relieved, and slowly let go of what keeps us from grasping better, wiser opportunities.
Resolving conflicts begins with a splash of silence.  Take the moment to write it all down.
Search for observations and call them known facts, write them down.
Scoop, and dust all emotions on a page and call them feelings.
Embrace yourself, close your eyes, and ask for pointers as you breathe in and out.
At the heart of all is a reason.
At the heart of all is an emotion.
At the heart of all, our Holy Spirit never leaves us.
On April 29, 2011, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, at the balcony with onlookers below, glanced heavenward.
I am so happy to have captured the moment as I stayed awake all night to view the ceremony, and embraced a book entitled, DIANA.
I share this with love for all that is good and pure at the heart of all in life.

April 29, 2011Add caption
" LIFE'S GREATEST HAPPINESS

IS TO BE CONVINCED

WE ARE LOVED."

Victor Hugo