TRUE EXPRESSION DISPELS DEPRESSION

Everyone loves to see happiness expressed and to experience the charm and spontaneity of this lovely quality. It is obvious that happiness cannot keep company with depression. It would be as reasonable for us to take a light into a dark room and expect to continue to see the darkness as for us to believe that we can entertain in thought at the same time such opposites as the darkness of depressive, mortal thinking and the joyous unfoldment of true happiness.

From a human standpoint it is often felt that happiness is illusive and is something which only outside circumstances can give. This reasoning is accompanied by uncertainty and doubt. It is a false, depressing sense of mortal existence, but it has in reality no power to rob us or to cheat us out of the joy of our true birthright. There is no reason for us to accept unwholesome or gloomy thoughts, for they are not of God, good.

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