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Tender Tuesday

This was taken by a cousin in The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. She perfectly encapsulates tenderness in its most human form, if only we could love or serve others half as much as she did, the peace that emanated from her could fill us and overflow the world. Click on the picture for a larger view. 

This post is part of a themed series organised by CBC (Chennai Bloggers Club) to celebrate and encourage the spirit of blogging. 

P.S: Thanks for the picture Zak.

Comments

Daemon Zak said…
Anytime! I breathe to serve you !
sakshi suresh said…
Good One!!
Susan Deborah said…
Truly tender and timeless kindness.

Joy always,
Susan
Short, sweet and beautiful
Karen Xavier said…
Zak, tone down the drama a notch.

Sakshi, Susan and Clement, thanks...

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