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· Re: Morning Glory Syndrome Posted by VisionAware Program Manager on 3/6/2017 at 7:03 AM. Thanks for posting and being so …
mid-14c., "rejoice," from Old French gloriier and directly from Latin gloriari "to boast, vaunt, brag, pride oneself," from gloria (see glory ). Related: Gloried ; glorying .
That’s especially helpful on days that seem anything but heavenly. Also, on good days morning prayers can be “like honey descending into the soul,” in the words of St. Jean-Marie Vianney, in making them all that much sweeter.