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Kindred

August 31, 2020

What friends or kindred can be so close and intimate as the powers of our soul, which, whether we will or no, must ever bear us company? Saint Teresa of Avila

adjective having the same belief, attitude, or feeling.
noun a person’s relatives collectively; kinfolk; kin.

Examples:

  1. Garth’s look feels rummaged out of a costume trunk—bedraggled blond wig, Buddy Holly glasses, mom jeans—but Carvey plays him with such feline sensitivity that l have always recognized him as a kindred spirit.
    Amanda Hess, “‘Wayne’s World’ & Me,” New York Times, July 2, 2020
  2. “I think he’s lovely,” said Anne reproachfully. “He is so very sympathetic. He didn’t mind how much I talked—he seemed to like it. I felt that he was a kindred spirit as soon as ever I saw him.”
    Lucy Maud Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables, 1908

America is an archipelago of tribes, a land where people form national families of kindred spirits. –Hampton Sides

Saying “I love you” to your soulmate never goes out of style.

Happy Monday to you.🌸🌸🌸🌸

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5 Comments
  1. A beautiful post. I love the quote by Saint Teresa of Avila. Love never comes back to you void. Blessings on your Monday as well.

  2. Like Suzette said… beautiful…

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