“Look me with your heart, because I’ll be somewhere deeper than your eyes can see”
If only we looked with the heart and less with the eyes, people would be valued for their true worth. Vanity and superficiality would stop being a driving motivation and success would be measured by kindness, empathy and generosity.
If only we looked with the heart, we would spend less time trying to prove ourselves, trying to feel worthy or enough, because we would be seen for who we are, in our unadulterated uniqueness.
If only we looked with the heart, getting old would be much easier, accepting the scars of time would be less depressing and instead of being casted away we would be admired for our wisdom.
If only we looked with the heart, we would see that we come from the same place, that we are tuned to the same symphony, that we can all join in the choir, that our voices were meant to harmonise together, than when we do, miracles happen and that at a soul level we are one; fractal pieces of a divine web of life.
If only we looked with the heart…