Broken hearted, captive, grieving, ashes, despair…have you been there as you walk your journey? Do you see faces in crowds? I have trouble with that at times. But, when we decide to really look at those around us, we see glimpses of their hearts. And, sometimes, we will see hurt. What can we do? I believe Aloha love can help.
Aloha love bears good news. There is always something for which to be thankful.
Aloha love applies healing compresses to those who are internally shattered. Bones can heal. Cuts can heal. A broken heart – yes, it can be healed, too. A compress is a pad of absorbent material pressed onto part of the body to relieve inflammation or stop bleeding. Aloha love is like that.
Aloha love breathes life back into the one who is winded. Life has a way of kicking us in the stomach; it has a way of tapping all our strength. Love breathes fresh air to collapsed lungs.
Aloha love brings beauty for ashes, gladness for mourning, praise for despair; it brings color when paleness is all that is left.