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Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Those whose own light is quenched are often the light-bringers. Those whose own light is quenched are often the light-bringers.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: God makes many poets, but he only gives utterance to a few. God makes many poets, but he only gives utterance to a few.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: To accept the inevitable; neither to struggle against it nor murmur at it-this is the great lesson of life. To accept the inevitable; neither to struggle against it nor murmur at it-this is the great lesson of life.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: With faces like dead lovers who died true. With faces like dead lovers who died true.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Love never stands still; it must inevitably be either growing or decaying - especially the love of marriage. Love never stands still; it must inevitably be either growing or decaying - especially the love of marriage.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: It does not do to tell great people anything unpleasant. It does not do to tell great people anything unpleasant.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Silence sweeter is than speech. Silence sweeter is than speech.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: We are all of us very perfect creatures so long as we are not tried. We are all of us very perfect creatures so long as we are not tried.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: As we sail through life towards death,Bound unto the same portheaven,Friend, what years could us divide? As we sail through life towards death,
Bound unto the same port
heaven,
Friend, what years could us divide?
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Nothing but a speck we seem In the waste of waters round, Floating, floating like a dream, Outward bound. Nothing but a speck we seem In the waste of waters round, Floating, floating like a dream, Outward bound.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: If I had to write a book, I could not find anything in the world worth saying - as is indeed the case with many voluminous authors. If I had to write a book, I could not find anything in the world worth saying - as is indeed the case with many voluminous authors.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: When the ship is going down we trouble ourselves little enough about the style of the cabin furniture. When the ship is going down we trouble ourselves little enough about the style of the cabin furniture.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: A parent, unlike a poet, is not born - he is made. A parent, unlike a poet, is not born - he is made.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Alack, this worldIs full of change, change, changenothing but change! Alack, this world
Is full of change, change, change
nothing but change!
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: One only "right" we have to assert in common with mankindand that is as much in our hands as theirsis the right of having something to do. One only "right" we have to assert in common with mankind
and that is as much in our hands as theirs
is the right of having something to do.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Happiness is not an end - it is only a means, and adjunct, a consequence. Happiness is not an end - it is only a means, and adjunct, a consequence.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Better no marriage, than a marriage short of the best. Better no marriage, than a marriage short of the best.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: The plan of this world is infinite similarity and yet infinite variety. The plan of this world is infinite similarity and yet infinite variety.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: A person who is careless about money is careless about everything, and untrustworthy in everything. A person who is careless about money is careless about everything, and untrustworthy in everything.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: There is nothing so absolute as the tyranny of weakness. There is nothing so absolute as the tyranny of weakness.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: We have not to construct human nature afresh, but to take it as we find it, and make the best of it. We have not to construct human nature afresh, but to take it as we find it, and make the best of it.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Action is the parent of results; dormancy, the brooding mother of discontent. Action is the parent of results; dormancy, the brooding mother of discontent.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: We are so scornful when we are young! We are so scornful when we are young!
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: One cannot make oneself, but one can sometimes help a little in the making of somebody else. It is well. One cannot make oneself, but one can sometimes help a little in the making of somebody else. It is well.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: O, the sweet, sweet twilight just before the time of rest,When the black clouds are driven away, and the stormy winds suppressed. O, the sweet, sweet twilight just before the time of rest,
When the black clouds are driven away, and the stormy winds suppressed.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Down in the deep, up in the sky , I see them always, far or nigh, And I shall see them till I die The old familiar faces. Down in the deep, up in the sky , I see them always, far or nigh, And I shall see them till I die The old familiar faces.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: AutumnInto earth's lap does throwBrown apples gay in a game of play,As the equinoctials blow. Autumn
Into earth's lap does throw
Brown apples gay in a game of play,
As the equinoctials blow.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Our right or wrong use of money is the utmost test of character, as well as the root of happiness or misery, throughout our whole lives. Our right or wrong use of money is the utmost test of character, as well as the root of happiness or misery, throughout our whole lives.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Be loving, and you will never want for love; be humble, and you will never want for guiding. Be loving, and you will never want for love; be humble, and you will never want for guiding.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: There is no sorrow under heaven which is, or ought to be, endless. To believe or to make it so, is an insult to Heaven itself. There is no sorrow under heaven which is, or ought to be, endless. To believe or to make it so, is an insult to Heaven itself.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: The life of action is nobler than the life of thought. The life of action is nobler than the life of thought.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: A secret at home is like rocks under tide. A secret at home is like rocks under tide.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: There are no judgments so harsh as those of the erring, the inexperienced, and the young. There are no judgments so harsh as those of the erring, the inexperienced, and the young.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: To-morrow is ah, whose? To-morrow is ah, whose?
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: It is not work that kills, but "worry." It is not work that kills, but "worry."
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Wedlock's a lane where there is no turning. Wedlock's a lane where there is no turning.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Many true words are spoken in jest. Many true words are spoken in jest.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: There was never a night that had no morn. There was never a night that had no morn.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Ethics, as has been well said, are the finest fruits of humanity, but they are not its roots Ethics, as has been well said, are the finest fruits of humanity, but they are not its roots
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: It is the Christmas time:And up and down 'twixt heaven and earth,In glorious grief and solemn mirth,The shining angels climb. It is the Christmas time:
And up and down 'twixt heaven and earth,
In glorious grief and solemn mirth,
The shining angels climb.
Dinah Maria Murlock Craik quotes: Now, I have nothing to say against uncles in general. They are usually very excellent people, and very convenient to little boys and girls. Now, I have nothing to say against uncles in general. They are usually very excellent people, and very convenient to little boys and girls.