What is one quote that Lennie is showing kindness in Of Mice and Men?

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Since there are various editions of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, it is often difficult to convey the correct page number.  But, near the middle of the third scene in which George and Lennie talk privately, having forgotten old Candy who lies on his bunk morosely after Carlson has shot his dog, Lennie asks George to describe the farm that we will someday have.  Overhearing them, Candy, turning slowly over, is drawn into their dream.  As George invites Candy into their plan of a place of their own, he advises Candy not to tell anyone else as they may get fired.  Lennie and Candy nod in agreement and "they were grinning with delight."

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