Opening The Doors Of Your Heart

Little did they know that when I locked myself in my room, all I wanted was for someone to knock on  my door, no matter what hour it was. Little did they know that when I am out there mingling in  society, that all I want to do is have my own space - lock myself in my room, and, all I want is for  someone to knock on my door, no matter what hour it is. Little did I know, that, all I wanted was  some company, and I was locking the door. - heartIt is time to face the monsters you sleep with and unite with your friends who are waiting to hold your hand.

It is time to be honest with yourself and open the doors of your heart to everything that you believe in. (Even if it were a long time ago, when you were a child perhaps — without much worldly knowledge, but full of curious enthusiasm!)

You are your own locksmith — you, only, have the key, for you created its lock. You are the creator of your special space and the facilitator of its sharing.

Being open and vulnerable with your feelings is far more beautiful than having them caged.

I have an inkling, that you know that already…

“Little did they know that when I locked myself in my room, all I wanted was for someone to knock on my door, no matter what hour it was. Little did they know that when I am out there mingling in society, that all I want to do is have my own space- lock myself in my room, and, all I want is for someone to knock on my door, no matter what hour it is. Little did I know, that, all I wanted was some company, and I was locking the door.” – Vishal Singh

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Vishal Singh

Writer and Co-Founder of The Purple Bridge. I believe that connectivity with our personal selves elevates connectivity with others. The path of my travel toward a deeper life started with the road to self-discovery when I realized that the only way to experience my dreams as reality was to take personal ownership. I write, as well as read, to engage with you - to encourage us to live deeply.

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