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No real estate is permanently valuable but the grave.
The size of a misfortune is not determinable by an outsider’s
Sometimes too much to drink is barely enough.
When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained.
Some people give their problems swimming lessons instead of drowning them.
A dozen direct censures are easier to bear than one morganatic compliment.
Water is an individual, an animal, and is alive, remove the hydrogen
Protestant parents still keep a Bible handy in the house, so that
Our heroes are men who do things which we recognize, with regret,
Whoever is happy will make others happy, too.
Mine was a trained Presbyterian conscience and knew but the one duty
But it was ever thus, all through my life: whenever I have
If animals could speak, the dog would be a blundering outspoken fellow;
Different films have different places in people’s lives. I don’t get to
The mark of a good marriage is partnership and continuing to feel inspired by your spouse.
Falsehoods not only disagree with truths, but usually quarrel among themselves.
I do not paint what I see, but what I saw.
I’ve lived my life in a way that I feel would be an example to young women and
I rarely come away from presenting the ‘Today’ programme without some sense
The most effectual means of preventing the perversion of power into tyranny
Dreaming is to think by moonlight by the light of an inner moon.