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Jane Austen Quotes
“There is no charm equal to tenderness of heart.”
The Jane Austen's quote says that there is no charm equal to tenderness of heart.
Tenderness is the feeling or manifestation of trusting kindness toward the object under consideration.
We must carefully consider when to let our rationality or emotionality prevail. Both can resolve situations that are complicated.
Being tender is very important when it requires a lot of emotionalisms. If we are tender but not obtuse, we create a relationship based on love and trust with that particular object or person.
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