A Very Kind Man

Involvement with a clinical psychologist turned writer

At a time in my life

When kindness is paramount

I do not desire nor do I have the energy

To burrow deeply

As to why one is mean-spirited

What on earth happened in their journey

To make them cruel

For I am the first to acknowledge

They need love and understanding

More than anyone else

And perhaps one day I can do this

When I am stronger

Or not in my third phase of life

Or more realistic.

 

What I do think I know

Is that treating others

With the utmost of gentle compassion

While presenting personal boundaries

Is the kindest offering

One can make.

 

We cannot teach what we do not know

Boundaries are learned from parental entities first

 

how much is too much information

movement activities

social calendar

laughter

more laughter

gentleness

A very kind man.