Alice Hegan Rice Quotes

Top 23 wise famous quotes and sayings by Alice Hegan Rice

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Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Yer feelin's is like ras'berry vinegar: if you're skeered to use 'em an' keep on savin' 'em, first thing you know they've done 'vaporated! Yer feelin's is like ras'berry vinegar: if you're skeered to use 'em an' keep on savin' 'em, first thing you know they've done 'vaporated!
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Happiness is a duty, not only because of its effect upon us but because of its influence upon others. Happiness is a duty, not only because of its effect upon us but because of its influence upon others.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: All the higher forms of life have evolved from some one's ideal of justice, liberty or beauty; and the belief that nothing is too good to be true. All the higher forms of life have evolved from some one's ideal of justice, liberty or beauty; and the belief that nothing is too good to be true.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: We sometimes forget the influence of action upon thought ... Smile, whistle, sing, play the part you want to be until you become the part you play. We sometimes forget the influence of action upon thought ... Smile, whistle, sing, play the part you want to be until you become the part you play.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Some folks goes right under when trouble comes, but I carry mine fur an' easy. Some folks goes right under when trouble comes, but I carry mine fur an' easy.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Mrs. Wiggs was a philosopher, and the sum and substance of her philosophy lay in keeping the dust off her rose-colored spectacles. Mrs. Wiggs was a philosopher, and the sum and substance of her philosophy lay in keeping the dust off her rose-colored spectacles.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Metaphysicians tell us that it is easier to get the body well than to get the mind to realize its wellness. Metaphysicians tell us that it is easier to get the body well than to get the mind to realize its wellness.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: The discovery that it is in our power to change our lives by the thoughts we think is the first step toward spiritual mastery. The discovery that it is in our power to change our lives by the thoughts we think is the first step toward spiritual mastery.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: When one has a famishing thirst for happiness, one is apt to gulp down diversions wherever they are offered. When one has a famishing thirst for happiness, one is apt to gulp down diversions wherever they are offered.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Solitude, if rightly used, becomes not only a privilege but a necessity. Only a superficial soul fears to fraternize with itself. Solitude, if rightly used, becomes not only a privilege but a necessity. Only a superficial soul fears to fraternize with itself.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Any pursuit of happiness contrary to the common good is doomed to failure. Any pursuit of happiness contrary to the common good is doomed to failure.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: It is a terrifying as well as hopeful truth that we tend to bring into being in form whatever we fashion in thought. It is a terrifying as well as hopeful truth that we tend to bring into being in form whatever we fashion in thought.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Somehow, I never feel like good things b'long to me till I pass 'em on to somebody else. Somehow, I never feel like good things b'long to me till I pass 'em on to somebody else.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Joy is at its keenest when contrasted with sorrow, courage at its height when it follows fear, faith at its noblest when it grows from doubt. Joy is at its keenest when contrasted with sorrow, courage at its height when it follows fear, faith at its noblest when it grows from doubt.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: The hardest grief is often that which leaves no trace. The hardest grief is often that which leaves no trace.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: It is not what we have but what we do with what we have that constitutes the value of life. It is not what we have but what we do with what we have that constitutes the value of life.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Life is made up of desires that seem big and vital one minute, and little and absurd the next. I guess we get what's best for us in the end. Life is made up of desires that seem big and vital one minute, and little and absurd the next. I guess we get what's best for us in the end.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: There is an invariable law that the only way to keep the real things of life is by sharing them or giving them away. There is an invariable law that the only way to keep the real things of life is by sharing them or giving them away.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: The fact that beauty is at one and the same time without cost and above price, robs it of the curse of possessiveness. The fact that beauty is at one and the same time without cost and above price, robs it of the curse of possessiveness.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: What can people not accomplish if they will but master the secret of steadfast perseverance. What can people not accomplish if they will but master the secret of steadfast perseverance.
Alice Hegan Rice quotes: Even though disease and sorrow are all about us, health and happiness are the normal state of man. Even though disease and sorrow are all about us, health and happiness are the normal state of man.