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You must never so much think as whether you like it or not, whether it is bearable or not; you must never think of anything except the need, and how to meet it.
I may be compelled to face danger, but never fear it, and while our soldiers can stand and fight, I can stand and feed and nurse them.
It irritates me to be told how things have always been done. I defy the tyranny of precedent. I cannot afford the luxury of a closed mind.
The door that nobody else will go in at, seems always to swing open widely for me.
I may sometimes be willing to teach for nothing, but if paid at all, I shall never do a man's work for less than a man's pay.
Offering a hand up is not a hand-out.
This conflict is one thing I've been waiting for. I'm well and strong and young - young enough to go to the front. If I can't be a soldier, I'll help soldiers.
Everybody's business is nobody's business, and nobody's business is my business.
While soldiers can stand and fight.I can fight and feed them
The surest test of discipline is its absence.
The patriot blood of my father was warm in my veins.
An institution or reform movement that is not selfish, must originate in the recognition of some evil that is adding to the sum of human suffering, or diminishing the sum of happiness.
What could I do but go with them Civil War soldiers, or work for them and my country? The patriot blood of my father was warm in my veins.
I founded the American Red Cross.
Economy, prudence, and a simple life are the sure masters of need, and will often accomplish that which, their opposites, with a fortune at hand, will fail to do.
Let me go, let me go.
I went to the Senate, accomplished nothing as usual.
I wonder if a soldier ever does mend a bullet hole in his coat?
My business is staunching blood, and feeding fainting men.
Economy prudence and a simple life are the sure masters of need and will often accomplish that which their opposites with a fortune at hand will fail to do.
Everybody's business is nobody's business and nobody's business is my business.
The door that nobody else will go in at seems always to swing open widely for me.
I may be compelled to face danger but never fear it and while our soldiers can stand and fight I can stand and feed and nurse them.