Is the following line a ill-expressed sentence?
- Even though there is a great distance between us, we are pretty close in our hearts
Certainly, the writer was intended to send out the following message:
- Even though there is a great distance between us, our hearts are pretty close.
I believe, the writer intended to say: Despite the fact we are living far away from each other, we have each other in our heart, and distance cannot separate our hearts. Can you give me more examples of such usage if the first line is rightly written?