with (one's) whole heart

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with (one's) whole heart

With one's sincerest feelings. I will love you with my whole heart until the day we die. I just wanted to tell you, with my whole heart, how proud I am of you.
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with all your ˈheart/your whole ˈheart

used for emphasizing how strongly you feel about something: She hoped with all her heart that she would never have to see him again.I love you with all my heart.
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Foremost among them for me is this: To be truly worthwhile, a process must be entered into with one's whole heart. A husband and wife must love each other with their whole hearts; they must commit to their marriage, to their family, to the future, to God with their whole hearts.
So, what Obama may yet become is always at the back of one's mind, even as one supports him with one's whole heart. However, there is comfort in the incontrovertible fact that in Obama's case, the significance of what he has already achieved by beating Hillary Clinton, is, in itself, so historically important that unless he becomes a really very bad president, or, indeed, a very good one, it will dwarf what he is yet to fail to achieve, or actually accomplish in office.
Chapters discuss how to find silence amid the noise of daily life, ways to practice silence both individually and communally, and how to listen to God with one's whole heart and mind.
He said that if one repents with one's whole heart and intends to sin no more, three days is plenty.