Saturday, 12 April 2014

An almost indescribable feeling of joy

To float about in this ether, enjoying to the full the great beauty surrounding us on all sides; to feel ourselves so alive, so happy, so free and buoyant, so filled with power to do good; nothing on earth could be so wonderful. The nearest approach to this feeling might be the sensation one has pass through them when they have perpetrated some very kind and unselfish act, which causes great happiness to some fellow being. The human body then seems for an instant to have passing through it a quivering electrical thrill, tingling it from head to heel, an almost indescribable feeling of joy.

Now try to imagine a continuation of that joy throughout your being for all eternity, and you will understand why we feel so full of life and courage at all times.

Clifford (Spirit)