Here’s the thing about people with good hearts:

 

“Here’s the thing about people with good hearts:

They give you excuses when you don’t explain yourself.
They accept the apologies you don’t give.
They see the best in you.
They always lift you up, even if that means putting their own priorities aside.
They will never be too “busy” for you.
They make time, even when you don’t.

And you wonder why they’re the most sensitive people, the most caring people, why they are willing to give so much of themselves with no expectation in return.
You wonder why their existence is not so essential to your well-being. It’s because they don’t make you work hard for the attention they give you. They accept the love they think they deserve

  • and you accepted the love you think you’re entitled to.
    Don’t take them for granted.
    Fear the day when a good heart gives up on you.
    Our skies don’t become grey out of nowhere, our sunshine does not allow the darkness to take over for no reason.

A heart does not turn cold unless it’s been treated with coldness for a while”
Najwa Zebian

Catrin Welz Stein

 

 

 

 

Text and image source: Ravenous Butterflies https://www.facebook.com/120492754734710/posts/3311540702296550/

7 thoughts on “Here’s the thing about people with good hearts:

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  2. Wooow! This is absolutely profound and 100% true. My favorite line: “Fear the day when a good heart gives up on you.” — It takes a lot before we break, but when we do…. we’re past exhausted.

    Thank you for this beautiful reminder to us all not to take for granted those in our lives who love us the most. Rare gems indeed. You are one such rare gem. God bless you! ♥

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