Let Us Act with True Spontaneity

True spontaneity is the natural expression of the good which we all reflect from God.

How often, in observing a child, one speaks of how natural he is, meaning that he expresses goodness in an unaffected way. A child often gives unselfishly of his belongings, his time, his affection, and his hopes. This joyous enthusiasm or energy is inspired by a childlike thought which is not burdened by a limiting sense of age, time, partiality, resentment, or self-consciousness.

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