on the Vigil of Pentecost: "The Holy Spirit turns to joy whatever He touches." - St. Seraphim of Sarov
I've been thinking about the disciples being mistaken for drunks. Whence such a supposition on the part of the crowd? I think may be more than the flood of odd words (which, of course, it says they understood in their own languages), it was rather the overflowing joy that filled them.
All that the Lord Jesus did for them and for us all was for this end: that the Holy Spirit might fill and overflow our lives, He who is (as Blessed Martin Chemnitz called him) the Personal Joy and Love between the Father and the Son. Joy as a Person, Love as a Person.
How can we not then rejoice to join with the Church in crying out in these days: Veni, Sancte Spiritus! Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of Your faithful and kindle in them the fire of Your love! This is joy itself.