Virtue

April 29, 2012

It occurs to me to note, as a follow-on to my last post, that I think behaving virtuously is good thing, a helpful thing, but it is, we know, its own reward — we behave virtuously for ourselves, not for God.  We become better able to access the divine within us when we behave in a way that constitutes behaving virtuously.  We feel better, our hearts are lighter, we have more energy and less baggage to drag around.  At least, that’s what I think.

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