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Smile Henry

Words Cannot Express

Sometimes words cannot express what we feel. Sometimes the depth of what is rooted in the unseen areas of our hearts are not easily articulated. Have you been in this place before? Have you experienced the invisible waters flowing in the well of inner silence. That's what it is, silence. The best thing when we are in this place, at least for me is, to be quiet. Allow the tranquil moment to resonate throughout the heart, the soul and all that is within. Don't try to figure anything out, just be.

As I write, I am in this very special place. In this place, it is important to just be.When we can just be, we are then free. Can an eagle help but fly? Can a lion help but roar? Can we help but love? The eagle knows it's an eagle. The lion knows it's a lion. We must know we are destined to love, to give and to live. Within these places we find the purpose of God for our life. We find ourselves. No matter what life looks like on the outside, no matter what the world looks like or the economy is projected as. We are destined to live a life of love from within.

It is important that we listen and find where we belong. My friends, we do belong. No matter what stage we are on this journey, we belong. Yea, sometimes words cannot express what we feel, but if we be quiet and listen, our hearts will express more than words could ever.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 03, 2009

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