D.E. Stevenson Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by D.E. Stevenson

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D.E. Stevenson quotes: Friends that you have known for a long time and love very dearly never seem to grow old. Friends that you have known for a long time and love very dearly never seem to grow old.
D.E. Stevenson quotes: There is something very appealing about a room which one occupied as a child; it brings back one's childhood more vividly than anything else I know. There is something very appealing about a room which one occupied as a child; it brings back one's childhood more vividly than anything else I know.
D.E. Stevenson quotes: Clocks need a man to keep them in proper subjection.) Clocks need a man to keep them in proper subjection.)
D.E. Stevenson quotes: In a new friend we start life anew, for we create a new edition of ourselves and so become,for the time being, a new creature. In a new friend we start life anew, for we create a new edition of ourselves and so become,for the time being, a new creature.
D.E. Stevenson quotes: Excepting Will," Mrs. Bulloch amended. "Such an affront to put upon ye, Thomas! Yon man'll not enjoy heaven if he gets there." "He'll Excepting Will," Mrs. Bulloch amended. "Such an affront to put upon ye, Thomas! Yon man'll not enjoy heaven if he gets there." "He'll
D.E. Stevenson quotes: Poverty is easy to bear if it is only temporary, easier still if it is an entirely voluntary burden. Poverty is easy to bear if it is only temporary, easier still if it is an entirely voluntary burden.
D.E. Stevenson quotes: It is curious but true that those who make a habit of saying unkind things are often the most easily hurt and offended when their victims retaliate. It is curious but true that those who make a habit of saying unkind things are often the most easily hurt and offended when their victims retaliate.