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Dolly's wit was legendary in her social circle--as Schenkar comments pithily, she seemed "to occupy all parts of speech at once'--but so was her warmheartedness, which sustained lifelong friendships.
What one remembers best about Scott, though, is not his frailty but his strength, his warmheartedness, his geniality, his love of songs and stories, his shaggy dogs and shaggy eyebrows.
The Jushichiro Naito International Childcare Award was inaugurated in 1997, and grew out of a group called the The Movement to Nurture Warmheartedness, co-founded by Kassai; Dr.