In expressing our heart’s desires we draw in love of self.

//In expressing our heart’s desires we draw in love of self.

In expressing our heart’s desires we draw in love of self.

Back to desires. What are they and how do we know one from a want? Well, desires are yearnings of the soul for expression. Yearnings to connect with others who share similar desires. Even the simplest stroking of a desire has it purring in the heart as contentment. Desires are born of love and thrive in love. Our heart’s desires are Life’s yearning to express itself through our own unique and particular expression of it. We pick up a brush, put it to canvas and feel the color even as we see it. We hum a tune we’ve never heard before and a song is born. We take off the suit of career and lie back to birth a child. We are released from an illness and devote our life to healing. We step out of the corporate harness and craft our own business. We sail around the world in a boat or on the Internet. What we do makes a difference because…

From the book Exhilarated Life: Happiness Ever After (Page 54)

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Marilyn Harding is the author of "Exhilarated Life - Discovering Inner Happiness" and "Yesterday at Justin's". Contributor to The Huffington Post, U.S. and Greece, and Thrive Global. Marilyn and her mate Athan presently live in Greece on the Island of Aegina, with roots in Canada. Devoted to the life path of personal mastery, Marilyn lives in the spirit of holism and conducts her life with the goal to augment vibrant and open hearted access to living a superlative life in creativity, wellness, spirituality, productivity, and accountability as citizens of the world no matter what our role.

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