Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman Quotes

Top 8 wise famous quotes and sayings by Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman

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Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman quotes: Sometimes duties act on the soul like weeds on a flower. They crowd it out. Sometimes duties act on the soul like weeds on a flower. They crowd it out.
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman quotes: Every builder builds somewhat for unknown purposes, and is in a measure a prophet. Every builder builds somewhat for unknown purposes, and is in a measure a prophet.
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman quotes: The dog without his master was like a body without a soul. The dog without his master was like a body without a soul.
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman quotes: The Cat was a creature of absolute convictions, and his faith in his deductions never varied. The Cat was a creature of absolute convictions, and his faith in his deductions never varied.
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman quotes: Nobility of character manifests itself at loop-holes when it is not provided with large doors. Nobility of character manifests itself at loop-holes when it is not provided with large doors.
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman quotes: No matter how tired or wretched I am, a pussycat sitting in a doorway can divert my mind. No matter how tired or wretched I am, a pussycat sitting in a doorway can divert my mind.
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman quotes: Cats love one so much - more than they will allow. But they have so much wisdom they keep it to themselves. Cats love one so much - more than they will allow. But they have so much wisdom they keep it to themselves.