Categories One Question A Day? How deep would we love if we knew our heart would never be broken? Post author By jeff noel Post date April 23, 2013 4 Comments on How deep would we love if we knew our heart would never be broken? Children’s Hospitals do everything they possibly can to heal How deep would we love if we knew our heart would never be broken? Next Blog Tags Great Questions, no limits By jeff noel Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites. View Archive → ← Please grant us the strength and wisdom to find a voice that is worth listening too → What if we didn’t criticize the “bad” Christians, but thanked the “good” ones? 4 replies on “How deep would we love if we knew our heart would never be broken?” Very deep. I asked my religious education class about love last night. Asking who do we love? Who does God love? And then we compared lists. Great exercise. How did the lists compare? Understandably the youth found it very easy to extend love to friends, family, the homeless, the sick. But when I suggested we pray for the five people that died due to the Boston Marathon bombing they corrected me and said only 4 died. I reminded them the older brother suspected bomber was also killed. At that point they got very vocal. Not surprising. And they are not alone in their feelings. But I’ll ask them again in a year. Patty, completely unrelated to this post, I Tweeted this last night: Forgiveness could be the greatest blessing ever. And it might actually be love in disguise. We carry pain, resentment, bitterness, anguish, etc when we are unable to forgive. Comments are closed.