Torn in Two.

The heart is the strongest muscle in the body. It pumps blood through your body to keep you living. Living and alive. Your brain. Well you can’t live without your brain. How else would you think? These two entities are most important in your body. But when it comes to love, which one do you follow? 

Your heart is made of feelings and emotions. It gets excited by the faint looks of love. It pounds and pulsates because of how you feel towards something or someone else. What you keep close to your heart, shows what you value. The real question is, are you willing to risk what you value for what you love? I would say following your heart is the biggest risk you can take when it comes to love. To put your heart out on the line is something serious. It’s something real. Something you can’t take back. Giving your heart to someone is dangerous. You know? You trust them to handle your heart with care. Some do, and some don’t. I believe that too many souls are reckless with hearts now a days. they don’t know the true meaning of love and what it consists of. You can either be uplifted by love, or sucked under by the hatred and bitterness of love. So ask yourself this. When is the last time you out your heart on the line and took that risk?

On the other your brain is smart. So smart that it knows that your heart could possibly get broken. Your brain is like the safe house. It shows you the safest route to go, away from your emotions. It’s like a blockade from your heart. It puts up boundaries, as if it was a defense mechanism. It’s like your hostage in your own head, it’s hiding from your heart. Do you go the safest way or the way your heart is telling you? Which do you follow? 

I say fight for what you love, even if it’s a risk. You never what good can come out of it. what love can bring to your life may be beautiful. Give it chance. Give yourself a chance to grow in love. But always remember to be patient. Never settle. Remember your worth. 

Walk by faith, not by sight. 

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