FEBRUARY FOUR

THERE is special need for gentle manners and courtesy in the home. The familiarity of family may unconsciously lead to less kindness, willingness, and considerateness.

The qualities of self-restraint, intelligent understanding, and self-sacrifice are frequently needed when people with different tastes and temperaments are in close daily contact. It is remarkable what one member of a household can do by means of positive personal example.

When you practice sincerity, graciousness, courtesy, cheerfulness and affection toward family members, you set in motion a positive influence which cannot be adequately measured.

Love always wins, and it is still the greatest thing in the world.

Image: Annie Spratt