Broken heartedness

Remember the ‘spiritual warrior’—a peaceful person who is dedicating her or his life to the benefit of all—should always be a little broken-hearted.

Broken-heartedness is not something that we are trying to get away from. We want to be broken-hearted all the time, because that leads to empathy. And empathy leads to catharsis. And catharsis leads to joy—genuine joy. Joy is another way of saying love.

We cannot experience genuine joy or love if our heart is not open. ~ Waylon Lewis

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