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And through this clear, unstagnant yet unturbulent air there rose the wild yet gentle cry of a multitude of birds.
As Isa 42: 2 described His unturbulent spirit towards His violent enemies (Mt 12: 14-16), and His utter freedom from love of notoriety, so Isa 42: 3, His tenderness in cherishing the first spark of grace in the penitent (Isa 40: 11). reed -- fragile: easily "shaken with the wind" (Mt 11: 7).