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Kind hearts are more than coronets, and simple faith than Norman blood.

Kind looks, kind words, kind acts, and warm handshakes - these are secondary means of grace when men are in trouble and are fighting their unseen battles.

Kind words do not cost much. They never blister the tongue or lips. They make other people good-natured. They also produce their own image on men's souls, and a beautiful image it is.

Kind words prevent a good deal of that perverseness which rough and imperious usage often produces in generous minds.

Kindness gives birth to kindness.

Kindness in ourselves is the honey that blunts the sting of unkindness in another.

Kindness in women, not their beauteous looks, shall win my love.

Kindness is a language the dumb can speak, and the deaf can hear and understand.

Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together.

Kindness is the only charm permitted to the aged; it is the coquetry of white hair.

Kindness is wisdom; there is none in life but needs it, and may learn.

Kindness seems to come with a double grace and tenderness from the old. - It seems in them the hoarded and long purified benevolence of years, as if it had survived and conquered the baseness and selfishness of the ordeal it had passed - as if the winds which had broken the form, had swept in vain across the heart, and the frosts which had chilled the blood, and whitened the thin locks, had no power over the warm tide of the affections.

Life is made up, not of great sacrifices or duties, but of little things, in which smiles, and kindnesses, and small obligations, given habitually, are what win and preserve the heart and secure comfort.

Love and kindness are never wasted. They always make a difference. They bless the one who receives them, and they bless you, the giver.

Make a rule, and pray to God to help you to keep it, never, if possible, to lie down at night without being able to say: "I have made one human being at least a little wiser, or a little happier, or at least a little better this day."

Paradise is open to all kind hearts.

Since trifles make the sum of human things, and half our misery from our foibles springs; since life's best joys consist in peace and ease, and few can save or serve, but all may please: let the ungentle spirit learn from thence, a small unkindness is a great offense.

Sow good services; sweet remembrances will grow from them.

That best portion of a good man's life, His little, nameless, unremembered acts Of kindness and of love.

The cheapest of all things is kindness, its exercise requiring the least possible trouble and self-sacrifice.


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