Definition of the fullness of one's (or the) heart in English:

the fullness of one's (or the) heart

phrase

literary
  • Overwhelming emotion.

    ‘out of the fullness of our hearts, praise flows out to God’
    • ‘I thank you from the fullness of my heart for the generous and sacred way in which you shared your special gifts with me.’
    • ‘Forgive the trespasses of others and of nations and to set free the division of hearts and allow the fullness of our heart to pulsate and vibrate at the core.’
    • ‘They teach from the fullness of the heart as well as from well trained minds; their work depends on the grace of God as well as on an effective methodology.’
    • ‘Thank you to Brian and Ondine, from the fullness of my heart and on behalf of my family.’
    • ‘This joint-letter was not an official document, but written out of the fulness of the heart of those who cared more for the prosperity of God's work than for their own recognition.’
    • ‘‘And may He restore you to His Church,’ responded she, out of the fulness of her heart.’
    • ‘John Stich, half crazy with joy, was tossing his cap in the air, and in the fulness of his heart was stealing a few kisses from Mistress Betty's pretty mouth.’
    • ‘It is from the fullness of my heart, and the awareness of what I know to be true, that these essays have been written.’
    • ‘Out of the fullness of my heart and love for you all I send a Message Divine to inspire you, to instantly elevate and to transform your life.’
    • ‘With each movement he allows the fullness of the heart to be expressed while continuing to hold that movement in the context of his soul's love of truth.’
    • ‘What they wished rather was that he should speak out of the fulness of his heart and there leave the matter.’