AMELIA BARR QUOTES
A good message will always find a messenger
A little misgiving in the beginning of things, means much regret in the end of them
A man nearly sixty is just as ready to suppose himself fascinating as a man of twenty.
A poverty that is universal may be cheerfully borne; it is an individual poverty that is painful and humiliating.
All changes are more or less tinged with melancholy, for what we are leaving behind is part of ourselves
All revolutions are treason until they are accomplished.
Be not too strict — too far east is west. You may lose all by demanding all
But the lover's power is the poet's power. He can make love from all the common strings with which this world is strung.
But what do we know of the heart nearest to our own? What do we know of our own heart?
Death is like the setting of the sun. The sun never sets; life never ceases. ... we think the sun sets, and it never ceases shining; we think our friends die, and they never cease living.
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