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Dear reader, true religion is not gloomy.


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I am convinced that there are times in everybody's experience when there is so much to be done, that the only way to do it is to sit down and do nothing.

I am convinced that there are times in everybody's experience when there is so much to be done, that the only way to do it is to sit down and do nothing.



What a pity when editors review a woman's book, that they so often fall into the error of reviewing the woman instead.

What a pity when editors review a woman's book, that they so often fall into the error of reviewing the woman instead.



To her, the name of father was another name for love.

To her, the name of father was another name for love.



Our domestic Napoleons, too many of them, give flattery, bonnets and bracelets to women, and everything else but - justice.

Our domestic Napoleons, too many of them, give flattery, bonnets and bracelets to women, and everything else but - justice.



O, girls! set your affections on cats, poodles, parrots or lap-dogs; but let matrimony alone. It's the hardest way on earth to getting a living.

O, girls! set your affections on cats, poodles, parrots or lap-dogs; but let matrimony alone. It's the hardest way on earth to getting a living.



There are no little things. "Little things," so called, are the hinges of the universe.

There are no little things. "Little things," so called, are the hinges of the universe.



I am getting sick of people. I am falling in love with things. They hold their tongues.

I am getting sick of people. I am falling in love with things. They hold their tongues.



Uncles and aunts, and cousins, are all very well, and fathers and mothers are not to be despised; but a grandmother, at holiday time, is worth them all.

Uncles and aunts, and cousins, are all very well, and fathers and mothers are not to be despised; but a grandmother, at holiday time, is worth them all.



The term 'lady' has been so misused, that I like better the old-fashioned term, woman.

The term 'lady' has been so misused, that I like better the old-fashioned term, woman.



I hate the word proper. If you tell me a thing is not proper, I immediately feel the most rabid desire to go 'neck and heels' into it.

I hate the word proper. If you tell me a thing is not proper, I immediately feel the most rabid desire to go 'neck and heels' into it.





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Success is relative. We shouldn't compare the financial success between a person born into riches and the one born into abject poverty.




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One should be just as careful about lying as about telling the truth.



Blessed is he who carries within himself a God, an ideal, and obeys it.

Blessed is he who carries within himself a God, an ideal, and obeys it.



Means must be subsidiary to ends and to our desire for dignity and value.

Means must be subsidiary to ends and to our desire for dignity and value.



There is nothing preventing the enemy reaching Paris. We were fighting on our last line and it has been breached. I am helpless, I cannot intervene.

There is nothing preventing the enemy reaching Paris. We were fighting on our last line and it has been breached. I am helpless, I cannot intervene.



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Stamina is the force that drives the drumming; it's not really a sprint.



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