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The straightforward good-heartedness – "May you always do for others / And let others do for you" – is uncharacteristic, but the man himself must have been happy with it, since he stuck two versions back-to-back on Planet Waves.
It's as if we keep our good-heartedness on ice - only to be thawed in case of emergency.
After Tucson tragedy, how long will the goodwill last? Courtland Milloy 2011
It started as a story where you need courage and humility and good-heartedness and all that to resist evil and destroy the Ring, so it has to end that way (even if sword skills come in handy along the way – but the battle before the gates of Morder was a distraction, not the endgame).
The God Tangent « 2009
Neither is teen-idol handsome, yet the essential good-heartedness of their characters ensures the audience roots for them to get the girl.
Yet at least – for just a few days – it reminded us all of what's really good about our nation and the good-heartedness of our people.
This is a wonderful list, and it expresses so well all the generosity, good-heartedness, and love of writing that makes reading your posts and following your life such a pleasure.
What I Know For Sure 2008
How can we call on our innate intelligence to see what helps and what hurts, what escalates aggression and what uncovers our good-heartedness?
Archive 2009-08-01 William Harryman 2009
The middle of Tel-Aviv, 2008, center of hip Tel-Aviv culture, and one hundred young African refugees aged 18 to 45 are there, when all they have are ragged clothing and the good-heartedness of the neighbors.
Israel: Modern Day Exodus, on African Refugees and their Right for Medical Care 2008
I could tell she truly did believe what I was saying by her sincerity and good-heartedness, which shone through with every smile.
Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea Chelsea Handler 2008
Mr. Rouse, whose idea was to steep suburbia in the good-heartedness of his small-town boyhood, was one of the ecumenical church's founding members.
Be Nice, or What? 2008
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