SimchaMinute by Rabbi Avigdor Miller
As you sink your teeth in a piece of cold watermelon and it’s red and sweet and juicy and cold, ah, the pleasure. Think I love You Hashem for that.
Now isn’t that corny? It’s insincere, because you don’t believe in Hashem; even though you’re making a bracha, you don’t believe in Hashem, it’s just the words in a siddur. But say it anyhow.. That’s how you’ll start out. If you don’t start out you’ll never get there. — Starting the Climb to Kedushah (#518)