Heart point

(Her.) the fess point. See Escutcheon.
- Shak.

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We still have to make the right decisions from a head point of view rather than a heart point of view,'' he said.
She's mentioned it because just from a spiritual point of view, from a heart point of view," Holland told public radio station WNYC.
From a heart point of view I would have loved to stay in the game and be playing in the Premiership right now.
Both Anger and The Managed Heart point to the twentieth-century work world's demand for emotional control.
Stitch the heart point to reinforce ti and stitch over the cording several times to secure it.
It's harder to paint bags than canvases because there's no margin for error,' Heart points out.
He also has dextrocardia, in which the heart points toward the right side of the chest instead of the left.
Stressing that true Christianity aims to redeem sexuality, not repress it, Purity of Heart points the way to redemption of the body through Jesus Christ, warns against "legalized sin" and the slippery slope of ignoring or minimizing the repercussions of adultery, the importance of honoring the body, the task of building a culture of purity, and much more.
But if the heart points towards the end of the finger, the person is single.