The best way to draw a heart is to fold the paper in half, draw half a heart, then cut it out....VOILA!
This works great for making Valentines, but it's not what God wants when you've asked Him into your heart.
There is an adage that goes like this, "If it's worth doing, it's worth doing well (or right)." Another way to say this is, "Anything that is worth doing is worth doing with a whole heart, mind, and body" because that is what it will take to do it right. Alan Cohen (A Daily Dose of Sanity) refers to this as integrity. It's when what you're doing on the outside matches what you are on the inside. If our bodies are doing one thing and our hearts are elsewhere, we'll never give our full attention to what we are doing. It will be half-hearted and therefore not be the best we're capable of. Whether it's your job or your relationships, or anything else you are doing, if you are not totally present in the moment when you are with that job or that person, you will not only be cheating them, but also yourself.
Cohen talks about admiring people who live unapologetically. He may not always admire what they do with their lives, but the very fact that they do what they do wholeheartedly shows integrity--and that IS to be admired.
Father, You ask me to love You with all of my heart, all of my soul, all of my mind, and all of my strength. It is the only way I can be fully present in my relationship with You. It is the only way that I can fully experience Your L♡ve.
Link to scripture: Mark 12:30
Take action: How to Love God with All Your Heart