I often take questions and comments that my readers would like to see unfold into the pages of their life. Many find not only solace but joy in the words that I write from a thought in their mind. Others look for the wit of sarcasm thrown into the fire without regard. Whatever they want to see before them, I am more than happy to spin the tale of time.
Quote: If it is our heads that were meant to rule us then why does our heart hurt when we are very sad?
Tracey Dapper and millions of others who also beg of the same answer, there are no set answers in life quite like the duel between the heart and mind. The wars of sadness wage on within the souls of many. It is not a willing war to which we arrive but rather a battle within our own rights to which we struggle.
Sadness is but an emotion that one runs through their mind and produces a puddle upon the beaches of our life. The beaches offer a change at next tide to wash away the sorrows of today and replace them with the memories of tomorrow. But it is often in the sadness that we choose to waddle. While our lives may get up and go on we continue to harness the power of that moment in hopes that it may guide us to a better place in another time. As time mounts, sadness flows over from a heavy heart into the minds and leaves only the ripples upon our heart. In that moment, the war begins and sadness overwhelms even the best of chances. Our minds give way to the sensation and our hearts give way to the emotion, through our bodies both race. Where they begin and where they end are all but a mystery…
When we make choices from the heart, it allows us to feel the emotion from within. Feeling the emotions brings about euphoria of pain and pleasure. It gives us the ability to feel, connect and become a part of someone else in a feeling way rather than an intellectual way.
When we make our decisions based only on the mind and its infinite knowledge, we are staunch in our reasoning and unwilling to see the colors of the spectrum. If it is supposed to be then it surely must. There is little room for bending, twisting and attaching anything to the reality of the situation. One is tall, proud and intelligent wanting the world to see this glorified train wreck who is void of all emotions.
A happy balance is often sought after, fought and striven for but rarely achieved. We are who we are and no amount of education, training or life experiences can alter one’s true self. Thus, the duels of the heart and mind will go on in time as they have come unto us.