Shalom Freedman

(Troy New York)

Even The Old May Know The Happiness of Doing Kindness


EVEN THE OLD MAY KNOW THE HAPPINESS OF DOING KINDNESS

Even the Old may know the Happiness of doing Kindness-
May give to others
Humor and light-
Even the Old may smile and hint at Beauty
Be for others a blessing and gift-
Even the Old may be a pleasure to be with
And make the time pass as if it were not-
Even the Old may make life seem good
In moments of Peace when Pain is not.

Submitted: Monday, January 03, 2011

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