There is something special about a heart shaped rock... I have made a point to really notice them daily, wherever I am... I decided one day that when I would notice things shaped like a heart, I would stop and think about it. Why had it been put in my path? Who put it there? Even if it were a smashed piece of gum on the Milan sidewalk by the Conciliatione Metro stop, below the gypsy beggar with one leg. There would be a little sign of something nice, a heart. Which as we all know represents love. It always made me think it was created there for me to spot... There are days, weeks and even months when I do not see heart shaped random worldly objects, or at least I don't notice them, but I have a feeling if you try, you will find that they live abundantly all around you. It could be a leaf, a piece of lettuce you just so happen to see in your salad, a design on the marble floor while your sitting on the pot, or a cloud, but a rock is extra special. It is something free, most of the time you can take with you. Collect them, save the moment you find God's message of positive love in the ditch. Wallow in the shape and meaning. Then share it with someone else.
Over the years I have been the recipient of many heart shaped objects, mainly free rocks given to me by numerous friends, and the really special ones given to me by children, not just my own. I have rocks from special hikes, creeks, Tanzania, moments in time I know exactly where they came from and who gave it to me. I have a collection. It makes me happy. Possibly my most prized collection, even better than the Limoges boxes, Waterford and Lladro porcelain statues.
The next time you notice a heart shaped rock, take a picture of it, put it in your pocket, take it home if you can. Glance at it often. I believe it brings good Karma to your surroundings, doesn't matter if you are into Fung Shui or not!
You see, you can't put a price on love, it is free. Free to give, and free to receive. Free, yet priceless.