Thank you, God,
for the soft sand that welcomes my bare feet,
for the gentle waves that kiss my sons’ pretty face,
and for the blue sky that delights my weary eyes….
I thought I was done posting heart-shaped objects. I thought heart-shaped objects are only part of the random things I see daily. I thought heart-shaped objects would no longer affect me.
Well, they do. This time. Today. They’re just too cute to ignore and the messages behind them are too loud to avoid. At least, that’s how I see them.
This one is a heart-shaped stone that lay along our path. Only a few number of stones have such shape, right? We could hardly ignore it.
It’s like the people we meet along our journey. At times, we are attracted to people who seem to have a heart of stone, adorable yet cold. But people are not made of stone. No matter how cold they appear, deep inside they have a soft spot, waiting for some connection. You might be the one they are waiting for.
Or, maybe, at one point or another, we acted as a heart of stone along somebody else’s journey. Perhaps, we can be a bit more loving.
In our household, we recycled plastic bags. The one we can use, we keep, the damaged ones get discarded. Seeing a hole in that one above made me decide to throw it. Surprisingly, the heart-shaped hole caught my attention.
Can showing love makes us damaged goods? When not in the right place, yes, like this plastic bag. But even damaged goods can delight us, especially when it shows love. Whatever form love shows, it always brings delight.
Sometimes one needs to get torn in order to realize the depth of love. But true love brings magic. True love heals and makes perfect even the most damaged of souls.
That one above is kind of dirty. It’s a bowl where we placed the fried bananas. I was about to put it in the sink when the heart-shaped image captivated me. Unusual, is it not?
It’s like when we are about to discard something in our life that it shows value.
It’s like when we value something, but keeping it wouldn’t make us any good.
It’s like a love that is there only for the moment, yet needs to go when the right time comes.
Love has many facets indeed. It’s part of the grand design of this universe. In whatever ways love touches us, one thing is sure – God is there for us and with us.
“Why are you cast down my soul, why groan within me?”
Nature is beautiful indeed!
Even rotten parts display hearts too.
When we move this photo slightly, the shape of the heart would be the same as the first photo. Still feeling awesome!
If you have your heart-shaped objects photo collection let me see it too. 🙂
The photo above is a treasure. You need to be observant enough to see it. It’s so tiny it only measures a third of an inch. It laid before my path and I almost stepped on it.
It’s amazing how you see things differently when your awareness expands. I use this notebook every morning but never get to remember the hearts in its cover. Truly, the universe will open up things for us when we’re open to it.
This photo was sent to me by Sheila with love. Happy Mother’s day to all mothers of any form, color, and sizes! 🙂
Let me challenge your keen eye! Look for the two sets of two leaves closed together forming heart-shaped. I bet you see it. 🙂