29 thoughts on ““Kindness in words…

  1. Laozi was a philosopher of ancient China, best known as the author of the Tao Te Ching. His association with the Tào Té Chīng has led him to be traditionally considered the founder of philosophical Taoism. Wikipedia

  2. […] “Kindness in w…. […]

  3. Kindness is all we need. An apt quote for this season.

  4. We can all use a little kindness – thanks for visiting!

  5. Definately.
    Thanks for your visit and comment.

  6. I’ve spent many hours with Lao Tzu and the “Tao Te Ching” as I’m sure you have… Can we break it down into an haiku. I’ll try, and you comment back, please…

    The words of wisdom
    Fall lush and heavy on ears
    Yet contain all truth.

  7. A world of living in three lines. Lovely. Thanks for visiting and commenting. http://www.chasingrabbitholes.com

  8. Love that proverb. Reminds me of words from a Leonard Cohen song, “It’s the cracks that let the light in.” Thank you for this lovely site. 🙂

  9. Jerry Stolarski

    Kindness is the recognition that “We All Are One”. Lao Tzu was a great philosopher.

  10. Hellow Gita. Thanks for visiting my blog. I love your profile picture. Just the other day I saw something similar haha, 2 of them plus a fluffy one, making cute little sounds following me around before I turned around and spotted them, in the dark!!!! Made my night. Yes, kindness, we all should be reminded of that.

  11. “The poet can reach where the sun cannot.” That is so beautiful!

  12. thanks for your comment on Angel Muriel painter/sculptor 🙂 nice evening -night -or day
    Greetings from Burgundy-France near Lyon 🙂

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