from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Kindness. Gower, Conf. Amant., ii.
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I think, as a twisted little fairy, he feels some kind of kindship with all other marginalized groups in the world.
As a retired newspaper editor I feel a kindship with Carol Schmidt and feel sorry to see people attack her or be hyper critcal and at the same time lament her demise.
And so much is there in this, that any one having deep enough insight to read such a matter beforehand, would say that if the Word is to be incarnate, then he will assuredly appear to bodies, minister to bodies, claim the kindship of bodies, by a tender sympathy for their pains and a healing touch upon their diseases.
Dr. Gregory Karch and Ron Powell from Living Pathways will focus on the concerns of kindship caregivers such as the challenge to the family when grandchildren need them as parents, lifestyle changes, emotional needs, fears and hopes and finding assistance.