Some just laugh
SIR – I am told that after a recent ceremony, an official at Westminster Abbey expressed his emotion by performing some “cartwheels”.
It is a custom as old as mankind to express joy and thanksgiving by dancing and singing.
In the Second Book of Samuel, Ch6 v14 we read: “And David danced before the Lord with all his might.”
So, performing cartwheels after Prince William’s wedding was as natural as breathing.
Unfortunately, there are some people who make a virtue out of being miserable and trying to spoil things.
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