Your Heart Lies Where Your Mind Wanders

I believe that a simple and unassuming manner of life is best for everyone, best both for the body and the mind. If you want to know where your heart is, look where your mind wanders.
In order for us to truly know where our heart is, we need to sometimes look to what we often think about in our daydreams, and what we dream about at night. I believe that it’s crucial for us to be able to tune into and appreciate the present moment, I love how occasional daydreaming allows us to become more aware of the things we truly love, and, therefore, teaches us a whole lot about ourselves.  Our minds tend to wander when we are doing things that don’t evoke enough interest within us to sustain our attention, serving as a sign that our hearts are simply somewhere else.  Sometimes in order for us to find our passion we must look into the thing that our mind always has us thinking about. If you notice that your mind wanders about one specific thing constantly it may be because at your hearts level you know that this thing is something you should be putting your heart into.

Try letting go of whatever is holding you back from pursuing whatever this is and try giving it your all. Don’t go at it half-heartedly and give it a weak attempt expecting to fail. Put your whole heart into it, and give it your all, expecting the best result, and if failure is the end result, you can be satisfied in knowing that you tried your best at something that you just went out on a limb on, this is a feat that half of mankind doesn’t have the courage to even attempt to do. So, regardless of where your mind wanders, stop and consider the significance behind your thoughts, tune into what you truly love, and follow your heart!

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