Posted by: Dr Churchill | August 12, 2015

Heart Break

Our hearts are tender and yet breakable.

They also present us with problems of time.

The earth is 4.5 billion years old, but we are a young species, relatively speaking, with an average individual allotment of three score years and ten.

The brevity of our lives breeds a kind of temporal parochialism that appears as a distinct ignorance or an indifference to those planetary gears which turn more slowly than our own.

Illusions, wineglasses, antique vases, Humpty Dumpty, hip bones, hearts, all break. Yet what breaks quickly generally mends slowly, if at all…

But before our heart breaks, our famous nonchalance will shatter instantly.

So will everything else made of glass.

Unmoored on the undulating ground of our hopes, the dome of the Heart, will begin to collapse.

And when this happens, all time stops.

Or at least goes so ever slow…

And when someone has a Heart Infraction all time stops still.

All people are looking at their watches, wondering how long we have, and what we will do, before geological time catches up to our own…

Yet we have no time to waste because we can now at least Fix the broken Heart.

Wellheart helps do this without invasive surgery and bloodshed.

Don’t go under the knife hoping to be fixed by the surgeons wielding sharp knives.

Wielding tools and oily implements like these folks working under the hood of the car.

Methinks it’s best to work at it, slowly, softly, and fix, it without a Code-Red cutting it open and spilling out it’s guts.

Best we avoid the Mechanics and seek out the Healers.

Medicine serves us best and WellHeart got it for You.

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Dr Kroko


So is with our Transient Lives.

Be still my beating Heart…

Be Still

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