.rar A: I can't find the image that I found by searching using Google images. But the image is shown below. It has been cut into parts of the shape of the fingers. . It’s not really a surprise. The silver lining: Its not your fault you were born with a little bit of a “chicken heart”. No, you are not a bad person or a bad human being. It is, in fact, not your fault. You were made this way. However, you need to make sure you don’t let it keep you down. If you do, you will really regret it. Remember, its not your fault, but what you do with it is your problem. And, I have some good news. Its simple. You can and will change this. If you have any questions about your “chicken heart”, leave a comment or send me an email. Good luck! About the Author Jesse Cox Jesse Cox is a popular columnist and award-winning author that has written for a variety of publications including Fine Homebuilding, Custom Home Builder, Kitchens & Baths, The Family Handyman, Popular Mechanics, Garden & Gun, the Pacifica California Magazine and others. He has also written for national publications like the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. You can learn more about him and his work at Join Us! Didn't find what you were looking for? Join us! Name * E-mail * The contents of this blog and all associated graphics and images are not to be used (either in whole or in part) without written consent of Jesse Cox and The Chicken Hearted People. Excerpts may be used with attribution under the same license. For inquiries or usage, please email me at TheChickenHeartedPeople[at]gmail[dot]com. No blog posts here are intended as professional advice, unless explicitly stated otherwise. Any results that occur from following these blog posts should be considered coincidental. Jesse Cox and The Chicken Hearted People make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness or accuracy of the information provided herein or in associated graphic or images.