Those who hide their suffering the longest are often the ones with the biggest heart
Life & Society
Unfortunately, women equate male kindness with weakness and men equate female kindness with lack of character.Updated on October 21, 2020, Anna
Having a heart is not about being weak or putting your chances of success in life at risk. Quite the contrary. Men and women of heart, those who take the time to welcome and discover others, those who have the patience of kindness or the unpredictable daring of confidence, have a better chance of ultimately moving the world forward… than the violent or the hateful, the selfish or the insolent.
Having a heart is thinking about your own happiness, but also that of others. But what's the point of having a heart? Quite simply to love and also to be loved. Unfortunately, women equate male kindness with weakness and men equate female kindness with lack of character.
There are people with low intelligence who have a real sense of affection, just as there are very intelligent people who have a hard time loving. A spontaneous outburst of generosity does not require special intelligence.
A person with a heart of gold is someone who will be there, without asking for anything in return because everything they do will be done with a good heart and not for profit. It is the quality of a person who is able to set aside himself for the good of others.
People who have a heart of gold are often taken for the weakest, although in reality they are the strongest because it is often more difficult to do good than bad.
It is often the most loving people, those with the biggest heart, who suffer the most, who are the first locked in the cage of loneliness and sadness ... Perhaps because those who have no heart cannot suffer. You have to have a heart to suffer. So I imagine that as long as the pain is attached to the heart, it is proportional to its size and sensitivity.
Most people take impassivity for a lack of heart, but that is because they cannot see it... because ultimately the person is in pain but does not show it. Often times, those who claim to have a heart because they are conspicuously in pain do not even see the other's suffering. A heart that stops at appearances and spends its time crying is only selfish because it is completely on itself. Those who hide their suffering the longest are often the ones with the most heart.