Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Your House

The walls of a house are not built of wood, brick or stone, but of truth and loyalty, faith, hope and love. Unpleasant sounds of grumbling, the friction of living, the clash of personalities, are not deadened by Persian rugs of polished floors, but by reconciliation and forgiveness. The house is not a structure where bodies meet, but a hearthstone upon which flames mingle, separate flames of souls, which, the more perfectly they unite, the more clearly they shine and the straighter they rise to heaven. Your house is a fortress in a troubled world, where a woman’s hand buckles on your armor in the early morning dew, and soothes ever so gently your fatigue and wounds in the starry, moonlit nights.
The beauty of a house is harmony.
The security if the house is loyalty.
The joy of a house is love.
The plenty of a house is in children.
The rule of a house is order.
The comfort of a house is in contented spirits.
The strength of a house is cooperation.
The maker of a house is God himself.

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