Morning Thoughts – As darkness is a passing shadow, and light that remains – Day 17

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Morning Thoughts - As Darkness Is A Passing Shadow, And Light That Remains

Morning and evening Morning Thoughts – As darkness is a passing shadow, and light that remains – Day 17

As darkness is a passing shadow, and light
is a substance that remains, so sorrow is
fleeting, but joy abides forever. No true
thing can pass away and become lost; no
false thing can remain and be preserved.
Sorrow is false, and it cannot live; joy is
true, and it cannot die. Joy may become
hidden for a time, but it can always be
recovered; sorrow may remain for a period,
but it can be transcended and dispersed.

Do not think your sorrow will remain;
it will pass away like a cloud. Do not
believe that the torments of sin are ever
your portion; they will vanish like a
hideous nightmare. Awake! Arise! Be holy
and joyful.

James Allen
WRITTEN BY

James Allen

James Allen was born, on 28th November 1864, at 21, Brunswick Street, Leicester. His mother, Martha Allen, formerly Whalton, or Whotton, aged 37 years, registered the birth of her eldest son, on December 2nd with an ‘X’, the mark of the mother.

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