surreptitious57 wrote:I think pure overflowing happiness can only exist for a relatively short period of time because absence of anything else it is rather unrealistic
This is why I think contentment is more preferable because it is more accepting of reality as being happy all of the time is not really possible
WendyDarling wrote:Well Mowk,
I'm sorry you have not encountered joyful love, I believed you had and would know from that state to which I speak when I call such divinity. Naively, I was asking you to reflect on moments of easy, overflowing happiness you have experienced to see how it is pure, a pure emotional energy that answers all your questions and makes your doubts vanish in those moments. During those moments of pure joyful love, I (the nature of pure being I desire) is present, really present in perfect form. Once again, I'm so sorry Mowk. Such questions of mine were presumptions that your marriage yielded these moments. I will refrain from asking you further questions.
I do not think there is such a state or place, and did not wish to challenge you over it.
When you claimed I do not understand divinity, it's a pretty easy word to wrap ones noggin around.
Talk about putting words in an others mouth. "You're sorry I have not encountered joyful love?"
Is that your best guess?
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