kindheartedness


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sympathy arising from a kind heart

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We have loans to repay and the treatment to fend for, but we have exhausted all our options - relatives' help, kindheartedness of volunteers and doles by charities," she said.
It's this kindheartedness that sets Teessiders apart.
He had that rare ability to bring happiness to every story and treat everyone with kindheartedness.
Jeffrey Frisch, a detective with the Clinton Police Department, said he has come to expect generosity and kindheartedness from people in Clinton, but even he was surprised by the response so far to an appeal by the department to help bring Christmas to four children who lost their mother the day before Thanksgiving.
Tributes to classmates, an interpretation of the lyrics of a Beyonce song on sustainability, thanking fellow learners for past kindheartedness, [these all] demand mutual respect" said Tahnee Horenburg, the Day of Kindness coordinator.
I, as the representative of the UNHCR, praise the generosity and kindheartedness of the countries (such as Iran) that are hosting the refugees and present services to these people who have been forced to leave their homeland," Di Caro said, addressing a ceremony marking the International Refugee Day in the Southeastern city of Kerman on Monday.
On top of all that, she is the ideal colleague and collaborator, adored by public, impresarios, directors, conductors, and fellow singers alike for her intelligence, good humor, kindheartedness, and artistic daring.
Thus, a great deal is lost when these mighty archetypes (anima, animus, soul, Yin, Yang, Gods and Goddesses, Justice, Kindheartedness, mana personalities) are "drastically downsized" and regarded as residing in us.
My mother thanked him for his kindheartedness and went with the pass to Idtkunyen, where she asked Herr Shidorsky for help.
Iosif, whom she apparently approached sexually possibly out of a drive to liberate herself from the sickly relationship with Anghel: she could now compare the kindheartedness of St.
Despite this apparent act of kindheartedness, Schoenberg and Marks were not on the best of terms at the time of the election, during which they were allied with different political factions.
Equipped with gentlemanly manners and, for his age, a remarkable gift for handling the language, he manages to disguise his true character under a polished surface of polite kindheartedness.
Regardless of the good intentions and kindheartedness of many students, those unable to cope or manage burnout effectively might not be suited for this profession and should consider entertaining a different career choice.
I know we can count on you, as someone whose compassion and kindheartedness have been so significant in the past, to.
He forfeited the remainder of his walk and stayed with me until I was taken down, and I would like to thank him very much indeed for his kindheartedness.