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My answer would be love. I was fortunate to be loved by a great many people. And the warmth here at HP is amazing. Thanks for a great questions!
Gratitude. It's all too easy to feel love (thank goodness!) because of family and friends, but gratitude is hard to come by. We take so many wonderful things in our lives for granted that we forget to be grateful. It isn't until we are deprived of one or a few that we realize we have not been grateful enough.
So genuine gratitude is the strongest and most powerful of feelings for me.
Think about it for a while: living with impaired vision or none, living without being able to walk, without a home, without a family, without a job, without enough money to provide the basic means for your children.
Those of you who have every one of the above---don't you feel immense gratitude?
The feeling you get, And the look in someone's eyes that have been helped if down and out. Things you can do for these people may not seem much to those who have not had to go without. Just a hot meal and a warm coat can do wonders.
The greatest feelings I've experienced encompass admiration of God's creation while contemplating the ocean, a mountain, a child. There is one more feeling that overpowers others: after having lost and felt as if no one understands my deepest sadness a song, a smile, a word that speaks my language lifts me out of darkness into light.
Not in the same scale as the previous ones: ice cream on a hot day... yeah!
I agree with those who may say that it is the acknowledgement of a helping hand by those in need and often seen in their facial expressions and tear filled eyes. What greater and strongest of feelings can a Christian or any person of faith, so receive than in the heart felt thanks of those who we seek to help in this world? It is, to me, the closest feeling that I can even approach in my mind, to those of our own Christ Jesus, who helped the untold many, in his miracles performed for their good. It is truly walking in His way and path by our seeking out those in greatest need, and pouring out the human spirit of love, that each of us has inside, to share.
Spiritual ecstacy during kundalini. Nothing could compare, or even describe it. Not even the best full-body orgasm.
When someone smiles and says thanks you after I have helped them.
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