Kindness Quotes

Kindness Quotes

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6 Kindness Quotes from Literature

"Kindness and intelligence are the preoccupations of age. Being cruel and thoughtless is far more fascinating when you're twenty." ~ Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury He had, in fact, got everything from the church and Sunday School, except, perhaps, any longing whatever for decency and kindness and reason. ~ Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis Unlike the gold which needed nothing, and must be worshipped in close-locked solitude—which was hidden away from the daylight, was deaf to the song of birds, and started to no human tones—Eppie was a creature of endless claims and ever-growing desires, seeking and loving sunshine, and living sounds, and living movements; making trial of everything, with trust in new joy, and stirring the human kindness in all eyes that looked on her. ~ Silas Marner by George Eliot He was gradually discovering the delight there is in frank kindness and companionship between a man and a woman who have no passion to hide or confess. ~ Middlemarch by George Eliot Beneath all manner of kindness and consideration for each other--for their good taste, at all events, had never given way--this tragedy of a woman, who wanted to be loved, slowly killing the power of loving her in the man, had gone on year after year. ~ Fraternity by John Galsworthy He had a sense that the old man meant to be good-natured and neighbourly; but the kindness fell on him as sunshine falls on the wretched--he had no heart to taste it, and felt that it was very far off him. ~ Silas Marner by George Eliot


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