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Kindness

"Remember, the soft word turns away wrath and it brings joy, the kind word as ye have found in thine own experience oft has made the day much brighter for thee. Make many days brighter for others and in making them more and more in attune with love, patience, longsuffering, gentleness? and kindness, ye will make for thyself a surety in those things that take hold on peace, harmony and joy. These should be a part of thine experience ever." Cayce (5098-1)

"Try in thine own experience, each; that ye speak not for one whole day unkindly of any; that ye say not a harsh word to any, about any; and see what [such] a day would bring to you . . ." Cayce (262-106)

"Not in some great deed of heroism?; not in some great speech or act that may be pointed to with pride? - but rather in the little kindnesses from day to day." Cayce (3795-1)

"Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless." Mother Theresa?

"One of the most difficult things to give away is kindness - it is usually returned." Cort R. Flint?, author (1915-1983)

"Keep it [your soul] then in patience, in love, in gentleness?, in kindness . . . For these are indeed the fruits of the spirit . . . And remember, a kindness sometimes consists in denying as well as granting those activities in associations with thy fellow man." Cayce (5322-1)

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