How a “Broken” Heart Can Make Me Happy!

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That may sound strange but I am talking about Carolina’s beautiful painting Broken from her InkTober 2016 collection. I ordered her artwork from day 9 and it is simply beautiful. But it is not only the painting itself which made me smile and warmed my heart. It is her wayย of creating a lovely energy around it. As you see it on the picture, she packed it surrounded with beautiful messages, an official certificate, a thoughtful card, and a lovely dedication on the backside of the painting. This is typically Carolina. Whatever she does, she does with all her heart and that is what we feel when we see any of her creations. If you don’t know her blog yet then please head over to YesterdayAfter.

Thank you so much for your lovely way and for your friendship, Carolina!

In Love and Light

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Oh yes, of course! I hope to see you guys soon in person again. Since I started working things are a bit different. It would be great if you all came to the Blogger Bash ๐Ÿ˜Š

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Parker Palmer (A Hidden Wholeness) wrote, “A broken heart isn’t necessarily a bad thing. You can think of it as something broken apart and shattered, like glass, or as something broken open, like a crack in a seed about to sprout.”

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