Thursday, June 12, 2014

A Happy Heart Loves All

                              

                                               "A Happy Heart Loves All"

Isn't that a great message?

It's so true, too, don't you think?

If everyone had happy hearts, there would be no prejudices over the color of skin, sexual orientation of others or over people with different ways from your own.

A happy hearted person would never hurt another human being, intentionally or otherwise.  

Everyone would be treated with kindness and love at all times.

Wives would treat their husbands with gentleness, never nag and tell them how proud  they are of them. 

Husbands would never yell, willingly help out  around the house and show their wives how much they love them. 

Grandparents  would be revered and treasured  for their wisdom and life  experience.

Parents would be reassured they are doing a great job raising their little ones.

Children would grow up safe and secure.

Sisters and brothers would be loved and cherished as the gifts from God that they are.

Forgiveness would flow from our hearts like rivers. 

Bosses would appreciate their employees.

Employees would never say an unkind word about their bosses. 

Neighbors would speak to each other and help each other out.

Imagine what the world would be like if everyone had happy hearts!

WHAT DO YOU THINK CONTRIBUTES  TO HAVING A HAPPY HEART?

11 comments:

diane.stetson said...

In order to have a happy heart you must LOVE GOD first of all and then also love yourself and your neighbors. From faith comes real happiness.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

It begins with loving yourself and having a positive outlook. I am having a hard time at school, not because of my immediate boss, but because of the owners and the business manager who do not appreciate hard work and dedication. They can't seem to drag themselves into the present day world and are still working with archaic views of the work force. My boss retires next year, so I will stay til then. But it will take every ounce of effort to go in with a happy heart each and every day. :) Best wishes, Tammy

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: I agree with your reflection. With a happy heart the world work better. There would be no evil. Keep in touch

Nellie said...

Let us all remember to speak words of kindness today - and every day!

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

I LOVE this, Susan!!! By sharing your thoughts you are spreading exactly what a Happy Heart is all about!
Jemma

marianne said...

A happy heart comes from having purpose and being grateful for all we have. Sometimes having a happy heart is a challenge, but love overcomes all. "And the greatest of these is love".

Valerie said...

This post echoes my own heart thoughts. I try to purpose to be happy every day. It makes life so much more pleasant. A happy heart is contagious. =) Blessings and Sunshine, Valerie

Lady Linda said...

You must have a very happy heart! Love your post my friend...you always make me happy.
Linda

La Tea Dah said...

Amen! There's so much benefit from a happy heart.

Barbara Neubeck said...

.....You have a beautiful heart Susan...
I love this post... a happy heart is something we should all try to have.
Hugs and Blessings..
Barb xxx

Musings, Tea, and Me said...

Beautifully written, Susan. I believe a happy heart is the result of self esteem, of being able to accept and love ourselves, as Tami says above. It doesn't mean we are egotistic, or perfect. They say you can tell a lot about a person by the way he or she treats animals...I think this is so true. Happy person=happy heart=happy pet! It all starts within ourselves.

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