The Graffiti on your Heart

“You are what you eat” so they say.  Your heart becomes like what you see.  Your thinking becomes like that to which you have listened.  Your passions long for what they have touched.  Your body is driven by what it smells and tastes.

The senses are the passage way of the body into your heart and soul.  Everything experienced becomes forever written there.  Be it truth, beauty and goodness or…?

The senses leave their graffiti everywhere inside you…they penetrate your heart, they penetrate your soul…they penetrate who you are in your being. 

What are you writing on your heart today?

About Jill Preisack

Jill Preisack was born in St. Louis, Missouri and received a Bachelor of Science degree at Truman State University (formerly called Northeast Missouri State University). While working in business and mortgage services, she discovered her calling to the consecrated life in Regnum Christi. Jill has been consecrated for 20 years and since then she has completed a Master’s degree from the John Paul II Institute on Marriage and the Family in Rome and a bachelor’s degree in Education from Anahuac University in Mexico. She is currently finishing her degree in Pastoral Work and Religious Studies. Over the years, Jill has worked extensively with girls and young women, giving spiritual guidance, directing retreats, camps, conventions, missions and outreach activities. She arrives to Chicago from Atlanta where she worked in campus ministry at Holy Spirit Preparatory School for the past eight years, overseeing the faith and sacramental formation for students, teachers and parents. She is currently working at Mater Ecclesiae College in Greenville, RI
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