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Monday, 7 May 2018
This one-syllable, 5-letter word has a variety of meanings. When used in everyday language, the multiple connotations of heart prove endless.
Have a heart
– to be compassionate and merciful.
Speaking from the heart
– honestly expressing one’s deepest feelings and beliefs.
Set one’s heart on
–to wish for intensely, pursue with determination.
Take to heart
– to consider seriously, think about.
From the bottom of one’s heart
– with complete sincerity.
Have one’s heart in the right place
– to have good intentions.
Wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve
– to allow one’s intimate feelings be known to all.
knowing exactly, word for word.
In one’s heart of hearts
– deep within oneself.
Cross one’s heart
– to maintain the truth of a statement, affirm one’s integrity.
– basically, in reality, fundamentally.
– to regain courage and strength.
Heart and soul
– fervently, completely, enthusiastically.
Lose one’s heart
– to fall in love.
Fr. Julian Cassar
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7 May 2018 at 02:43
thats heart-full :)
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