Today over at Friendships of Love we are talking about ” when we hide who we are and our feelings”
I wrote a post called STUFF AND SMILE
Proverbs 27:7 When you’ve stuffed yourself, you refuse dessert; when you’re starved, you could eat a horse.
The word STUFF means to stop or cram, choke back. In an emotional sense this is when we don’t tell how we feel. We don’t rebuke when we should. We don’t communicate our hearts and minds. We are STUFFED. It says here when you stuff yourself you also refuse dessert. We often think of dessert as a sweet at the end of our meal but the original meaning comes from the root words Dis-serve and means TO CLEAR THE TABLE. If you are STUFFING your emotions then you also are refusing dessert (clearing the table) you are not allowing……To continue reading click here: http://friendshipsoflove.blogspot.com/2010/09/stuff-and-smile.html
Tina wrote a poem concerning the same issues, a telling and revealing poem of a heart hidden.
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