Day 33: The Invisible

What is visible will fade, and pass away, but the invisible will outlast even the sun. It is what we do, not what we see that determines the visible. Love makes the invisible, visible. No one can see love, but through acts of kindness we make love visible -- love becomes visible through us. There are more than 10,000 three-leaf clovers for every four-leaf clover. They may seem invisible, but four-leaf clovers are among the thousands. Several folk tradition assign a different attribute to each clover. While the first leaf represents hope, the second stands for faith, the third is for love and the fourth leaf brings luck to the finder; in that order. Favour can only come to those who have hoped, believed, and loved. Our hope does not lie in what is visible, but what is invisible. Keep on loving, and the invisible will become visible.
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