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"The greatest disease in the West today is being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for. We can cure physical diseases with medicine, but the only cure for loneliness, despair, and hopelessness is love. Many are dying for a piece of bread… but many more are dying for a little love.The poverty in the West is a different kind of poverty– it is not only a poverty of loneliness but also of spirituality. There’s a hunger for love, as there is a hunger for God."
– Mother Teresa.
Gramma’s name was Bonnie Bee. I knew that when I heard him late at night say, “I kin ye, Bonnie Bee,” he was saying, “I love ye,” for the feeling was in the words.
And when they would be talking and Granma would say, “Do ye kin me, Wales?” and he would answer, “I kin ye,” it meant, “I understand ye.” To them, love and understanding was the same thing. Granma said you couldn’t love something you didn’t understand; nor could you love people, nor God, if you didn’t understand the people and God.
Grandpa and Granma had an understanding, and so they had a love. Granma said the understanding run deeper as the years went by, and she reckned it would get beyond anything mortal folks could think upon or explain. And so they called it “kin.”
- The Education of Little Tree by Forrest Carter
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