A CHRISTLIKE LIFE

When I was living in Washington, D.C., during the Second World War, I used to visit a couple in Boston, spending as much time with them as I could. We had wonderful long talks together, but I always found that what stuck with me the most was the Christlike way the woman, in particular, lived.

What made the greatest impression on me was the way she treated everyone who came into her orbit with love and concern, and the way she ran her house and everything in it so that each object was beautiful and deeply appreciated and cared for. She even spoke with love to a tiny electric fan that was placed on the floor at her feet.

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