What Does It Mean To Be Cheerful? | Archbishop Fulton Sheen Quote

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“The cheerful person always sees in any present evil some prospective good; in pain he sees a Cross from which will issue a Resurrection; in trial, he finds correction and discipline and an opportunity to grow in wisdom; in sorrow, he gathers patience and resignation to the Will of God. Helping others is not only the cause of cheerfulness, but also the fuel which keeps it burning. As Helen Keller, seeing through blindness wrote “Join the great company of those who make the barren places of life fruitful with kindness.”

Archbishop Fulton Sheen (Guide to Contentment)

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