One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Care and compassion for others.
- ‘But there is an unforgiving quality about them and not much of the milk of human kindness.’
- ‘This is a good one, perhaps because it provides a different slant on the milk of human kindness.’
- ‘But the rub of this debate is how, when it comes to the milk of human kindness, we want to see the glass as half empty and not half full.’
- ‘He's a lion on the battlefield, but you can't imagine him having visions, or much of the milk of human kindness.’
- ‘You know, when you hear something like this, you are just so stricken by the milk of human kindness that you are forced to skip around in circles waving silken ribbons while braiding dandelions through your hair.’
- ‘Well, Howie, it's just the simple milk of human kindness.’
- ‘If we can't figure this problem out, and use compassion and the milk of human kindness, so that it is a win-win situation for everyone, then it doesn't say much for the kind of people that we are.’
- ‘If there is a drop of the milk of human kindness in his veins it is extraordinarily well diluted.’
- ‘Yet despite its deeply inhospitable climate, the people of Wisconsin are full of the milk of human kindness.’
- ‘If you put out a call for the milk of human kindness, someone usually turned up with an extra pint.’
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