Kathleen Winsor Quotes

Top 19 wise famous quotes and sayings by Kathleen Winsor

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Kathleen Winsor quotes: It seemed that up until this moment she had been only half alive. It seemed that up until this moment she had been only half alive.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: War makes strangers bedfellows ... War makes strangers bedfellows ...
Kathleen Winsor quotes: The only genius that's worth anything is the genius for hard work. The only genius that's worth anything is the genius for hard work.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: The king appeared ... with his dogs and sycophants behind him. The king appeared ... with his dogs and sycophants behind him.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: Charm is the ability to make someone else think that both of you are pretty wonderful. Charm is the ability to make someone else think that both of you are pretty wonderful.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: Death was democratic. It made no choice between the rich and the poor, the beautiful and the ugly, the young and the old. Death was democratic. It made no choice between the rich and the poor, the beautiful and the ugly, the young and the old.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: Everything matters, but nothing matters very much. Everything matters, but nothing matters very much.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: I think Americans love success - but hate the people who have it. I think Americans love success - but hate the people who have it.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: Half the joys and half the sorrows of this world are discovered in bed. Half the joys and half the sorrows of this world are discovered in bed.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: There are only two ways to make a lot [of money] while you're young: One is to entertain the public; and the other is to cheat it. There are only two ways to make a lot [of money] while you're young: One is to entertain the public; and the other is to cheat it.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: There's an old press-agents' slogan that's good advice: Don't read your publicity - weigh it. There's an old press-agents' slogan that's good advice: Don't read your publicity - weigh it.
Kathleen Winsor quotes: I guess experience is just learning at first hand the things you knew all along anyway. I guess experience is just learning at first hand the things you knew all along anyway.