When dealing with matters of the heart, sometimes its just inevitable to avoid a mess. Yes your hands will get messy and blood will get shed. But if its really that gruesome, then why would we even bother doing it? Meaning going through the pain, the heartache... the process. Sounds like insanity and in the process we often find ourselves wondering “Is this even really worth it?”
Sometimes we don’t even have to get anyone involved to add to this process, just our heart on its own is enough to bare with many stories of its own. Disappointments, confusion, misunderstanding of situations, the lists could go on and on and finding navigation through freedom can get bloody, messing...concerning.
Forget the fact of even getting a relationship involved and someone else’s issues, which typically will effect us in one way or another, that in itself can be a mighty mess needingall of the bulldozers and dump trucks around to push and haul off all the mess. Ha, we have enough most of the time on our own plates, that involving someone else has catastrophe written all over it.
Yet we do it. We all at some point or another have to take the time to look at our hearts and all of the messiness that can occur within this most precious place of us all. Some run, over indulge in alcohol, sex or whatever other remedy they can come up with to cope with the pain which penetrates so deeply. They run so far, thinking that their running will get them somewhere, when in the end, the only place its gotten them is into a lot more messes with a whole lot more pain and confusion to go with it. These are what I call the “runners”.
However, there are those, I call them the “few” who will dare enough to go and face the pain, who refuse to run, who refuse to settle and who just get downright dirty and have the guts to say, “Okay heart, what’s going on here?” “I give you permission to speak”.
Let me say to you, those who are brave, who will stand in the messiness of your heart without running, but standing afraid.... it will be worth it. Yes you might feel the pain, you may see the blood and feel the burning sensation in your heart...but through the process there will be strength, there can be peace and there are answers. But most importantly your heart will finally have the opportunity to say all what it needs to say, it can finally count on you to not run from it any longer. No longer will your heart be silenced by mundane “errands” that you have hidden behind, or “binge eating fiasco’s” that you put yourself through, all in efforts to silence the pain.
No in the midst of it all, your heart will finally have its voice and a time to speak. Just remember that Sometimes It Will Get Messy... but in the mess, you will discover the answers you’ve been searching for.