A Cup That Runneth Over

Is one stable enough not tip over or go backwards.   It may have times where it is overwhelmed but it is still intelligent enough to manage its proper function.   The heart, that is.   This is the organ in our body that has valves to regulate the velocity of blood flow to all other parts of our anatomy in order to get the proper oxygen and nutrients.  Like our brain, it is intricate but sturdier than we may give it credit for.

Our hearts are in sync with our brains, triggering emotions that can and will manifest physically.   It is why, when we are sad, it is normal for us to be physically tired.   The cup runneth over with the pain of heartbreak.    When our cup runneth over with joy,  the excitement is like a shot of adrenaline and then dopamine.  Our senses are injected with an elixir of wonder, passion and excitement.

In the swing of emotions that we encounter, our hearts still regulate themselves.  They do not stop feeding our bodies with the breath of life, no matter what emotion tries to knock it off kilter.

I know all about a broken heart.  I had an operation at the age of  5 to repair a congenital heart defect.   For me, a cup that runneth over is a life worth living and a is heart worth, loving and breaking and reviving again.

Music mood”  Redbone  “Come and get your love”

Neurally yours,

your valentine xo


I'm a writer and a lover not a fighter, except if I really want something.

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