Some Thoughts On Kindness From Various Authors

“Those who have suffered, who have known poverty or oppression, are generally the most prone to kindness. Perhaps it is well to endure some misery if only to learn this lesson.”

Arthur Lynch

“Kindness is twice blessed. It blesses the one who gives it with a sense of his or her own capacity to love, and the person who receives it with a sense of the beneficence of the universe.”

Dawna Markova

“When you’re a kid it’s people’s cruelty that makes you cry, then when you’re an adult it’s their kindness.”

Glen Duncan

“A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees. The greatest work that kindness does to others is that it makes them kind themselves.”

Amelia Earhart

“Our regrets are the least for those past errors that were made on the side of kindness.”

Lewis F. Korns

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