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In her secret soul, however, she decided that politics were as bad as mathematics, and that the mission of politicians seemed to be calling each other names…
Love is the only thing we can carry with us when we go and it makes the end so easy.
Don't try to make me grow up before my time…
…possessed of that indescribable charm called grace.
He who believes is strong he who doubts is weak. Strong convictions precede great actions. He who doubts is weak. Strong convictions precede great actions.
Happy is the son whose faith in his mother remains unchallenged.
Mothers have need of sharp eyes and discreet tongueswhen they have girls to manage
I think this power of living in our children is one of the sweetest things in the world…
Madam de Stael pronounced architecture to be frozen music so is statuary crystalized spirituality.
Many of the bravest never are known, and get no praise. [But]that does not lessen their beauty...
It's lovely to see people so happy.
There are things that mothers can manage best when they do their duty.
Wild roses are fairest, and nature a better gardener than art.
…what splendid dreams young people build upon a word, and how bitter is the pain when the bright bubbles burst.
Love is a great beautifier.
I wish wearing flat-irons on our heads would keep us from growing up. But buds will be roses, and kittens, cats, - more's the pity!
…because talent isn't genius, and no amount of energy can make it so. I want to be great, or nothing.
Jo carried her love of liberty and hate of conventionalities to such and unlimited extent that she naturally found herself worsted in an argument.