Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright

Passionate advocate for authenticity in our lives and in our communities.

Are you a good “heart” finder?

My youngest son, Moses, who is 9, has this uncanny ability to find “hearts” in anything.  When he’s chopping veggies, driving and looking out the window, somehow he will manage to find the image of a heart in the tomato slice or in a cloud floating in the sky.  The other day he said to me upon finding a heart in the strawberries he snacked on in the car after school, “Mommy, aren’t I a good heart finder?…There are so many hearts in the world and I just don’t know why!”

Do you see the hearts that surround us every day?  Do you see the love in everything?  Even the stuff where its hard to see the love?  I wonder what the world would be like…I wonder what my day-to-day life would be like, if I searched for the love in everything.  How about you?

Love casts out all fear.  Love brings confidence.  Love repairs brokenness.  Love fills us up.  Love is fierce in its ability to bring justice…peace. Love brings forgiveness.  Love brings hope. Love heals.  Love saves lives.

Is it difficult?…no doubt.  But is it possible?…Without a doubt!  Today I pray, Open the eyes of my heart so that I may see the love in it all.

#outofthemouthsofbabes #jesuisamour

So we have come to know and to believe the love that God has for us. God is love, and whoever abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him.  1 John 4:16


5 Responses so far.

  1. Kei Breedlove says:

    Thank you, Moses, for such a wonderful imagination to find a “heart” in anything. It will make me smile now to look for the “heart” all around me daily, no matter what kind of day I might be having. How we learn so much for the youngest of God’s children. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Gloria says:

    The meditation I read this morning says, “Miracles are seen in light.” Obviously, your son Moses lives in the light. Thanks for sharing a taste of his Spirit with us. Joy & Peace in 2015

  3. Barbara Panton says:

    Love this post- you are also a good heart finder. Love you Ma Pa

    Sent from my iPad


  4. Jeanette Dini says:

    I “heart” this! Thank you for the reminder to look for hearts and love everywhere and in everything! Is there a way to post this to Facebook? I’d love to share your wisdom with my friends! Peace & love!

  5. Hello my friend! Thank you for reading. And thank you for your kind words. Each post I write automatically goes to Facebook. I’d be glad to be friends with you so you can see them and share them there too. Send me a request at beth-sarah panton wright. Thanks!

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