The Spiritist Review - Journal of Psychological Studies - 1859

Allan Kardec

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When evoking a relative or a friend, whatever the affection we have maintained towards them, we must not be carried away by these moments of tenderness that would seem natural after a painful separation. The affection is not less felt because it is calm and it can be even more real than that translated by great emotions. The spirits think but do not act like human beings. Two friendly spirits see each other, love one another, are happy about the mutual presence but have no need to be thrown in the arms of the other. When communicating with us through the writing one word is enough to them, and tell them more than emphatic sentences.

ALLAN KARDEC

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