Death of the Heart

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It has been 54 years since the casket of John F Kennedy, the 36th president, and the youngest of all US presidents was laid to rest as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas.

It was the death of a heart which purported this demise. The assailant, identified as Jack Ruby got a blank range shot just not many hours after the assassination.

”For from within, out of the heart of man, come evil thoughts, theft, murder, coveting, wickedness, deceit, envy, pride foolishness. All these evil things come from within, and they defile a person.” quotes one of the biblical verses.


What use do we have out of this kinda fratricidal acts? What do I profit after having slain my own fellow man?
NOTHING, nothing at all, nil, zero, nowt!

it’s simply a push towards nihilism. A paradox for radiant living and good life.

Where is the world going towards? Don’t we all have a heart that is affectionate, supportive and respectable with a sense of honor? Let’s all do good.

Weeding out False Attitudes

What’s lacking is the time to weed out false-positives. Bloggers today need a platform to shout in one chorus, the attitudes for the highest value-giving slogans. The foundation of these slogans must be thus based on GIVE, HELP AND LET LIVE.

You must grow in support, charity and prosperity. Let others also grow that way. Become the cornerstone to be helpful as well as harmless to your fellowmen.

Take every advantage of living good, doing good and giving goodness. For we live only once and there’s spare parts to our precious lives.

You must be the change you wish to see in the world.

Also, you can never arrive to a huge success when your attitudes are pregnant with jealousy, doubts, skepticism and confusion. What you need is an estimation founded in stronger BELIEF.

Reinforce harmlessness. Discourage the scammers. Encourage them in good word, deed or action.

Spread the good news that we, as peoples, despite our geographical barriers and locations, make up the sum total of the small beautiful planet Earth.

So, let us pick up a well-knitted 3 beautiful words bordered in a white paper that can fly, inscribed with LOVE, GRATITUDE and PROSPERITY, making it spangle in and above the ground as it glides through with the breeze, passing every valley and finding echoes in every mountain; every river and greenfield, that finally comes rebounding back to every heart to see and listen to.


Spend Time in something Useful

Believe in what you are and what you can accomplish. Certainty, faith and belief are the most essential parts of creating wealth or anything else for that matter. It’s that which the universe gives you to go ahead to do anything you wish to do and spend time usefully.

You see you cannot become a state without certainty. You are the one to create that state you want yourself to be. Have a purpose and spend your time accordingly to that specific purpose. Make yourself busy. There’s a line that says ,”the happiest man is the busiest because he doesn’t find time to worry”.

Find a hobby or a pastime to spend your available time in a fruitful way. That way you will pursue the things you love to do each day and avoid infringement to others business. Get trained to write anything you want online by clicking the banner below:


You cannot be happy if you are unsure that you are happy. Also, you cannot create goals without believing in what you do, not only in their accuracy but also coming to reality for you.

John F Kennedy Had a Strong Belief

John F Kennedy had a strong belief in himself. His feats of bravery are seen chronicled in the World War II and a future in politics. After graduating, he joined the Navy with his brother Joe who was a flyer. He was assigned to the South Pacific as the commander of a petrol torpedo boat, the PT-109 and had a crew of twelve men whose mission was to stop Japanese ships from delivering supplies to their soldiers.

One fateful night of August 2, 1943, the Japanese warship rammed at the PT-109 splitting in half and killing two of his men. He was also slammed hard against the cockpit and yet, managed to save all the other crew members by pulling them ashore.

In 1956, he had already become a popular politician. He also wrote a book called the Profiles in Courage that got awarded for the Pulitzer Prize for biography in 1956.

On July 1960, the Democratic party nominated him as its candidate for president in the next election and got elected at the age 43 as the 35th President of United States.

He had a heart to lead his nation to prosperity. He is also known for his stronger voice in leading the country being second to none. A heart to make his country the keystone of the arch of freedom.

Legends don’t die. He still lives with us today though he may be absent physically.

May he find his name written in Golden Ink in that book of Abou Ben Adham by Leigh Hunt that says,

“I pray thee, then,
Write me as one that loves his fellowman”

Let’s shout about LOVE, RESPECT and HONOR as we celebrate BLACK FRIDAY commemorating the 54th assassination of John F Kennedy.


Let’s Educate Our Hearts

Let’s Have Beautiful Hearts

Make the World a Jealousy Free-Zone

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PS. Trump orders release of JFK Documents




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2 thoughts on “Death of the Heart

  1. I agree that we need to be more empathetic people. Often times, when we are not in the moment, we can loose focus of our most valuable resource in this life: relationships. Do you have a practice you use to stay in tune with the moment and stay appreciative of the people around us?

    • Yes, that’s true. We need to promote the most valuable resources in life when we can. Indeed, being harmless and maintaining good relationship with everyone is a virtue we should all try to uphold.

      Thank you so much for your comment.

      All the best

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