Monday, 19 January 2015
Let deep joy live in us
“Let us love. Let our lives be a perpetual song of love for God, first of all, and for all human beings who suffer, love, and mourn. Let deep joy live in us. Let us be like the lark, enemy of the night, who always announces the dawn and awakens in each creature the love of light and life. Let us awaken others to the spiritual life.”
― Elizabeth LeSeur
After Before Tips to come!
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