A universal language

July 27, 2015 | 5 comments

“Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”

~ Mark Twain

5 thoughts on “A universal language”

  1. What a lovely picture, Evan!
    Recently I met up with a lady who lives nearby. This is really a renewed friendship.
    When my husband and I as newly weds) moved into a small four-roomed cottage after we married this lady was a small five-year-old. Her parents were very poor. The little girl had few clothes. She really was outstandingly beautiful.
    I found living in the country rather lonesome after my husband left to teach in the small one-roomed country school. So I decided to make some clothes for this sweet child.Her mother was a marvellous cook so we dined at their home often.
    These days when she calls in to help me with cleaning and tidying my home she is always telling me of my great kindnesses sixty years ago.
    I don’t remember what I made the child, but for me it was a delightful activity and never burdensome.
    I am just in awe that the memories of my kind deeds and her mothers kindness to us as we started out in married bliss are so cherished by us both.
    Those were the days when I had just begun my study of Christian Science.
    “And Love is reflected in love”. S&H p 17

  2. My wife hears beautifully, only good. She said to me that she knows no other way to be than good. She is a healing force to me. Thank you Evan, and Bid. “How beautiful upon the mountains!”

  3. What a sweet, sweet picture!! We have so much to learn from animals. Dogs with their unconditional love teach us such feelings of compassion. I loved your story, Bid, of your love reflected in love.
    Thank you, Evan, for this wonderful way to start the day

  4. I have found that animals rather than humans catch on quickly Divine Love, while humans attach themselves to error and hold onto it more tenaciously than when they come across good.

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