Joyful Spring House-Cleaning

With what joy one can give himself of the tasks of spring house-cleaning, and what a lesson there is in it! In expectation of pleasant changes, and abiding in the consciousness of the real man's existence in an atmosphere of spiritual purity, one makes a few preparations; and the work, started perhaps in the attic, progresses gradually to the basement, at every step illustrating the possibilities, yes, and the need, of mental house-cleaning.

The knowledge of man's primal purity and unassailable spiritual selfhood renders thought impregnable to drifting mortal beliefs, blown about by the gusts of self-will, like tufts of lint fanned about by every vagrant breeze.

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