“Only love can be divided endlessly and still not diminish.”-Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Click here to explore the varies ways love can be divided but never diminished:: https://mailchi.mp/60bfda2dec83/valuedtime-day-greetings-to-you?e=ab1ce3136d
While I never was a A+ student in math, these equations listed in the link above totally add up. I believe there is much more to Valentine’s Day than roses & chocolates or resentment towards either. In addition to romantic love, there’s also companionship, solitude, loss, growth, acceptance, contentment and resilience to name a few other heart spaces where love lives.
Just imagine if February 14th was even more about how we value the tincture of time, deepening our friendship with ourselves and accepting others for who they are not who we wish them to be?
Still not convinced? Click on each of the equations listed in the link above for some hints at (re)solving many current human conundrums, both personal and global.
happy valued+time day! with love & equanimity. and here is an answer to all of the heart math equations in my newsletter:
“Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted, counts.” -William Bruce Cameron
While the physical organ of the heart has four chambers, I have come to recognize the human heartspace is vast and ever-changing. Blessings to you who are willing to tend to your heart. May you find creative ways to feel love, express love and receive love. You are the most precious Valentine’s Day gift anyone could ever wish to behold!
From my heart to yours, Ken