I was contemplating what a "broken heart" was, and I thought of Harley.
When we understand what a broken heart and a contrite spirit is, then we can focus on presenting that offering to him each week in sacrament meeting. It means letting go of our will in exchange for His, being submissive to Him and allowing Him to lead us by our faith in Him. It means being continually repentant, softened, humbled. Being truly repentant means godly sorrow for our sins to the point where we no longer want to take them up again. As we partake of the emblems of the sacrament, we recommit ourselves to keep the Lord's commandments, remember Him always, and take upon us His name. He promises to give us His Spirit to stay with us. With the Savior's sacrifice on our minds in sacrament meeting, we are brought into a state of humility and understand of our dependence on Him for our salvation. Gratitude.
There is so much more to the sacrament to be said. So much I'm leaving out. Trust me, I had a STACK of notes that I took with me to class on how to teach the sacrament to my class. I decided to linger on the topic of the broken heart and contrite spirit and take a chance (or follow the Spirit) that this was what they needed to hear.