Edgar Cayce on Happiness

Happiness, then, is not a thing set apart from self, but the conditions with which one approaches that in hand to be done! for when one considers that the position of self is hard to bear, is not as is desired, the desire of the heart often maketh one afraid–unless that desire is ever in that attitude of “Use me, O God, as I am,” for the I AM is ready, willing, to make my will one with Thy will–“Though He slay me, though He bruise me in mine own selfish or unseen ways; yet will I trust Him day by day,” and He will not forsake thee; neither will He allow thee to be afraid; for He will raise thee up, and He understands all the hardships, the little things, the separations, the variations in the surroundings–but trust Him!

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