The other day I noticed a couple of people standing on the street corner holding out religious pamphlets. I was shocked to see that one of them was a girl I used to date.
It was shocking because back then she was a fun-loving gal who knew how to dress. But since she’s found God it looks like her sense of fun and fashion have both gone out the window. She was standing there looking like unattended baggage at an airport. I felt like shaking her by the shoulders and telling her to smile.
Why do these people who claim to be spreading messages of joy always look so damn miserable? It’s been puzzling me for years.
Grim and Waxen
Dear Grim and Waxen,
The reason they look so miserable is because they’re actually experiencing deep, rapturous joy. They are living life at a higher vibrational frequency than everyone else. In this sublime state, all regular day-to-day things become irrelevant – facial expression, fashion sense, personal grooming – none of this matters anymore.
In short, they’ve been touched. And they want you to be touched too.
How do I know this? Because I, too, live in this heightened state of perpetual ecstasy. Although just one look at my photo shows that at least I’ve managed to retain my fashion sense.
Hope this helps.
With kind regards,