The Joy of Life

Joy is much more than a momentary state of happiness one feels when something good has taken place. It is the heart's eternal spring, which never dries up, and exists independently of any outward circumstance or material condition. Indeed, the joy of divine Life can inspire one even in formidable difficulties when he knows that God, good, is ever present and that, in reality, only good is going on.

Joy is not just a fair-weather friend. It is inseparable from Life, God. It is natural to express joy, for man, being God's image, reflects this divine quality constantly.

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