Gentle the Way

What’s happened America?

Sighs, disbelief, despair? Where has the honor and privilege of vying to lead our country gone? We’ve seen the most contentious presidential campaign right smack in the center of our day-to-days. So in place of the brutal attacks, ranting, and brow beating, here’s a thought or pause to gentle the way or maybe to salve the weary.

Wonder is the beginning of Wisdom.     —Socrates

starry sky



Real Suffering bravely borne, melts even a heart of stone.  —Mahatma Gandhi


Do small things with great love.  —Mother Teresa

Homeless man plays piano on a street in Montreal, Canada.

Cute girl reading book Teddy bear

Young girl's hand touches and holds an old woman's wrinkled hands.

Mother and daughter baking together


Homeless man taking a woman's hand


. . . . the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.     —Viktor Frankl

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