Kindness is always fashionable.
--Amelia Barr, novelist (1831-1919)
(100:7.2) The unfailing kindness of Jesus touched the hearts of men,
(131:8.4) Relate yourself to every man as if you were in his place. Recompense injury with kindness.
(140:3.14) In kindness and with mercy minister to all who are in distress and in need.
(140:5.17) "Happy are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy." Mercy here denotes the height and depth and breadth of the truest friendship—loving-kindness.
Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr was a British novelist an teacher. Her career is an illustration of the capacity of woman under stress of sorrow to conquer the world and be successful. Many of the plots of her stories are laid in Scotland and England. The scenes are from her girlhood recollection of surroundings. Her works include, Jan Vedder's Wife, The Border Shepherdess, Feet of Clay, Friend Olivia, The Bow of Orange Ribbon, Remember the Alamo, She Loved a Sailor, A Daughter of Fife, The Squire of Sanddal Side, Paul and Christina, Master of His Fate, The, Household of McNeil, The Last of the Macallisters, Between Two Loves, A Sister to Esau, A Rose of a Hundred Leaves, A Singer from the Sea, The Beads of Tasmer, The Hallam Succession, The Lone House, Christopher and Other Stories, The Lost Silver of Briffault.
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