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Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: History is worth reading when it tells us History is worth reading when it tells us truly what the attitude toward life was in the past. Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: What is life, but one long risk? What is life, but one long risk? Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: The minute your group gets so big you The minute your group gets so big you don't know anybody in it and they don't know you, there's hell to pay. Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Almost anything is enough to keep alive someone Almost anything is enough to keep alive someone who wishes nothing for himself but time to write music ... Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: There is no human relationship more intimate than There is no human relationship more intimate than that of nurse and patient, one in which the essentials of character are more rawly revealed. Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: That room was full to the brim of That room was full to the brim of something beautiful,...Its name was Happiness. Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Vermont is the only place in America where Vermont is the only place in America where I ever hear thrift spoken of with respect. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Subdue your appetites, my dears, and you've conquered Subdue your appetites, my dears, and you've conquered human nature . — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: One of the many things nobody ever tells One of the many things nobody ever tells you about middle age is that it's such a nice change from being young. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: On New Year's Day every calendar, large and On New Year's Day every calendar, large and small, has the same number of dates. But we soon learn that the years are of very different lengths. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Help that is not positively necessary is a Help that is not positively necessary is a hindrance to a growing organism. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: No Vermont town ever let anybody in it No Vermont town ever let anybody in it starve. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: A mother is not a person to lean A mother is not a person to lean on but a person to make leaning unnessary. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: There's no such thing as luck. Nothing ever There's no such thing as luck. Nothing ever just happens to anybody ... nothing can really happen to a person till he lets it happen. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: What's the use of inventing a better system What's the use of inventing a better system as long as there just aren't enough folks with sense to go around? — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: The encounter with death is the great turning-point The encounter with death is the great turning-point in the lives of those who live on. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: A mom isn't an individual to lean on, A mom isn't an individual to lean on, but a person to generate leaning needless. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: You think religion is what's inside a little You think religion is what's inside a little building filled with pretty lights from stained glass windows. But it's not. It's wings! Wings! — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: The most elementary experience of life proves that The most elementary experience of life proves that the effects of compulsion last exactly as long as the physical or moral club can be applied. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Life takes hold of us with strong hands Life takes hold of us with strong hands and makes us greater than we thought. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Taking somebody's sacrifices is like taking counterfeit money. Taking somebody's sacrifices is like taking counterfeit money. You're only the poorer. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: I declare! Sometimes it seems to me that I declare! Sometimes it seems to me that every time a new piece of machinery comes into the door some of our wits fly out the window! — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Not a thing had happened the way she Not a thing had happened the way she had planned, no, not a single thing! But it seemed to her she had never been so happy in her life. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Libraries are the vessels in which the seed Libraries are the vessels in which the seed corn for the future is stored. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: You can't wish a body any worse luck You can't wish a body any worse luck than to get what he wants. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Gossip ... is only fiction produced by non-professionals. Gossip ... is only fiction produced by non-professionals. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: The actions of a human being, even of The actions of a human being, even of fifteen months of age, may not be without significance to a sympathetic eye. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: What better can any of us do than What better can any of us do than to reach for our own stars ... and know which they are? — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Those who love deeply never grow old; they Those who love deeply never grow old; they may die of old age, but they die young. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: What a fearfully distracting, perplexing and heart-searching business What a fearfully distracting, perplexing and heart-searching business it is to live. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher