The mark of a wild heart is living out the paradox of love in our lives. It’s the ability to be tough and tender, excited and scared, brave and afraid–all at the same moment. It’s showing up in our vulnerability and our courage, being both fierce and kind.
It strikes me that a wild heart–or developing one, to be more precise–is essential for the spiritual life. What do you think?
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