"BLESSED ARE THE MERCIFUL"

[Of Special Interest to Children]

One day shortly after Diana and her family had moved to a new home her parents were surprised to have her say that she did not want to go to school. Her mother was too busy preparing breakfast at the time to talk to her; so she asked Diana's father to see what was troubling the little girl.

He found that Diana was unhappy because some of the boys in her class at school had been teasing her and making her cry. Also, she was having difficulty in understanding her teacher, who had a very different accent from the one to which she had been accustomed. Consequently, her new school just seemed to be a very unhappy place.

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