Coming Home

Joy is coming home wherever you are.

[I dreamt up this line while imagining joy in a place far from home.]

Published by Michael Sean Erickson

I write, act, and produce films in Los Angeles. Everything else is conjecture.

3 thoughts on “Coming Home

    1. Thank you for your comment. Home is an elaboration of the soul. A place, a time, a thought, a sound, really anything may excite the soul’s awareness of herself. When this happens, then we are at home regardless of how far or near we may be to our literal abode. The more we may experience this elaboration of soul anywhere or any time the more we are joyful. Divine joy is God encountering Himself eternally. This is the end for which we joy seekers strive. We never get there, of course, since we are not God; but the fact of striving in that direction is itself a joy that compounds on itself. Self-realization as such is forever a new experience. I suspect this is part of what the New Testament attests when stating that one must be like a child to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven, for indeed self-realization is always new and exciting in a child’s wonderment.

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