These words have made me take notice of them and have prompted me to consider them more. First, to be upright in heart I find means to acknowledge and enact the spirit of these words in my living. To be upright in heart means to give attention to that which actually makes me upright in heart. To give attention to the qualities of spirit that makes me remember what is most important. To give attention to that which acknowledges something higher than my conscious awareness. I find that orienting to attitudes of thankfulness and integrity it positions my conscious awareness to receive something of strength and love from I sense the source of myself.

Here I find a greater awareness of my reason for being in how my life expression can be of glory.

May my words touch something in you that you may know  more of the glory of your own life expression.

As we receive into our conscious awareness the reason for our being we come to realize we are here to share in the One glory of the expression of the LORD on earth.

And here we know more of what the words actually mean, “And all the upright in heart shall glory.”


I find these words from the Psalms intriguing to consider, “thy lovingkindness better than life.” I see how this means that the lovingkindness of the LORD is even better than our actual life. Since life is inherently so very important to us that there is even something more important to us as it is spelled out in this verse.

I find it refreshing to consider these words in acknowledging them and unifying with them that it becomes a great pleasure to extend the lovingkindness of the LORD. Here life is better and all things are put in perspective accordingly.

I note also in my awareness that the lovingkindness of the LORD has many textures to it not just soft, but also something very strong. Something strong as iron.

Consider for yourself how the lovingkindness of the LORD is better than life…


As we remember and actualize glorifying the Name of the LORD on earth we are rendered unto the gifts of the kingdom of heaven on earth. Here we know an experience of peace and joy and pace with grace according to our works.

As we are not living accordingly the great mercy of the LORD is upon us minimizing the effects of not having true orientation. Here we may know an experience of increasing infirmity until we realize really what we are on earth for.

How  we interpret what it means to glorify the LORD is a personal realized experience. In my experience I realize that glorifying the LORD in my living relates to what I am expressing in each moment. I find as I intentionally look to express an influence that is coherent and sound I experience  peace and joy and really a sense of pace in the moments of my life that allows for something of a “smooth feeling” to be known, This I find helps prevent and unravel the experience of feeling rushed and hurried.

Here again  HeartMath can be of assistance to you.

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