Archive for the ‘gentleness’ Category

Harshness has a magnifying glass, gentleness a microscope.

Gentleness has nothing to do with gender; it is a matter of genius.

Gentleness comforts the child, nutures the adult and consoles the aged.

Emotional brokenness is the birth mother of unblemished gentleness.

Cruelty is full of anxiety, but gentleness is overflowing with safety.

In gentle places even the weak find their faces.

Gentleness domesticates.

It is the strange disorder of man that he can brutally murder another man and return home to hug and kiss his child goodnight.

A national border can turn gentleness into brutality.

To protect himself, a gentle man may turn viciously on his own friend.

The history of medicine is an weirdly alternating history of  harshness and gentleness with the human body.

Religion may make men harsh.

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