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Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: required less personal supervision, and as they both required less personal supervision, and as they both got their Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: That is the tragedy of growing old, Chris. That is the tragedy of growing old, Chris. You don't leave the world. It leaves you. Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: [To her frequently needed plumber:] How would you [To her frequently needed plumber:] How would you like to be adopted? I'm sure it would be cheaper. Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: There is no truly honest autobiography. There is no truly honest autobiography. Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Girls inevitably grew into women, but something of Girls inevitably grew into women, but something of the boy persisted in every man. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: I suppose it is because woman's courage is I suppose it is because woman's courage is mental and man's physical, that in times of great strain women always make the better showing. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: If one can remember without loving, then couldn't If one can remember without loving, then couldn't one love without remembering? — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Herbert used to say that he was as Herbert used to say that he was as tight as the paper on the wall. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: All lives are so divided: a step back; All lives are so divided: a step back; a plunge; and then, in desperation and despair, a little climb up God's ladder. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: And there are no pockets in shrouds! And there are no pockets in shrouds! — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Useless as a pulled tooth. Useless as a pulled tooth. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: It is axiomatic with most writing people that It is axiomatic with most writing people that there are no such things as perfect conditions for work. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Enemies are an indication of character. Enemies are an indication of character. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Of one thing the reader can be certain: Of one thing the reader can be certain: the more easily anything reads, the harder it has been to write. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: [On the Irish:] Strange race ... Don't know [On the Irish:] Strange race ... Don't know what they want, but want it like the devil. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Because we are always staring at the stars, Because we are always staring at the stars, we learn the shortness of our arms. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: I suppose that we are only young, Chris, I suppose that we are only young, Chris, so long as we can forget. After that we merely remember! — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: It takes a good many years and some It takes a good many years and some pretty hard knocks to make people tolerant. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: A little work, a little sleep, a little A little work, a little sleep, a little love and it's all over. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: The author lives with one foot in an The author lives with one foot in an everyday world and the other feeling about anxiously for a foothold in another more precarious one. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: I have always regarded divorce as essentially disagreeable, I have always regarded divorce as essentially disagreeable, like castor oil, but necessary. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: I began to feel that if religion was I began to feel that if religion was either an illusion or a revelation, it was simpler to accept it as an illusion. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: I have a great deal of mind. It I have a great deal of mind. It takes a long time to change it. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: [On fishing:] Greatest rest in the world for [On fishing:] Greatest rest in the world for the brain. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: There comes a time when ambition ceases to There comes a time when ambition ceases to burn, or romance to stir, and the highest cry of the human heart is for peace. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: The stage on which we play our little The stage on which we play our little dramas of life and love has for most of us but one setting. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: All houses in which men have lived and All houses in which men have lived and suffered and died are haunted houses. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: When a great burden is lifted, the relief When a great burden is lifted, the relief is not always felt at once. The galled places still ache. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: There is no place in the world, I There is no place in the world, I imagine, for a philosopher with a sense of humor, a new leisure, and an inquiring turn of mind! — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Peace is not a passive but an active Peace is not a passive but an active condition, not a negation but an affirmation. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: When knowledge comes in at the door, fear When knowledge comes in at the door, fear and superstition fly out of the window. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Having considerable mind, changing it became almost as Having considerable mind, changing it became almost as ponderous an operation as moving a barn, although not nearly so stable. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: We are often miserable at our desk or We are often miserable at our desk or typewriters, but not happy away from them. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Pretense is the oil that lubricates society. Pretense is the oil that lubricates society. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Old men make wars that young men may Old men make wars that young men may die. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: These are times of action. Men think and These are times of action. Men think and then act; sometimes, indeed, they simply act. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Young Doctor Arden was gong through the process Young Doctor Arden was gong through the process of reorienting himself after a night's sleep. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Suspicion is like the rain. It falls on Suspicion is like the rain. It falls on the just and on the unjust. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: It's been my experience that the first few It's been my experience that the first few days of married life women are blind because they want to be and after that because they have to be. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Love sees clearly, and seeing, loves on. But Love sees clearly, and seeing, loves on. But infatuation is blind; when it gains sight, it dies. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: A man may shout the eternal virtues and A man may shout the eternal virtues and be unheard forever, but if he babble nonsense in a wilderness it will travel around the world. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Men love a joke - on the other Men love a joke - on the other fellow. But your really humorous woman loves a joke on herself. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: There is a sort of melancholy pleasure to There is a sort of melancholy pleasure to be had out of a funeral, with its pomp and ceremony, but I shrank from a death-bed. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: It's the safety valve of middle life, and It's the safety valve of middle life, and the solace of age. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: McKnight is gradually taking over the criminal end McKnight is gradually taking over the criminal end of the business. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Every writer knows the terror of an unexpected Every writer knows the terror of an unexpected success. How to carry on? How to repeat it? — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: The greatest weapon in the world ... is The greatest weapon in the world ... is ridicule. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Men play harder than they work; women work Men play harder than they work; women work harder than they play. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: My family, although it keeps its hair, turns My family, although it keeps its hair, turns gray early - a business asset but a social handicap. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Natalie Spenser was giving a dinner. She was Natalie Spenser was giving a dinner. She was not an easy hostess. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Love is like the measles, all the worse Love is like the measles, all the worse when it comes late. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: It is only in his head that man It is only in his head that man is heroic; in the pit of his stomach he is always a coward. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Conflict is the very essence of life. Conflict is the very essence of life. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: No one moved to get the whisky, from No one moved to get the whisky, from which I judged there were three pocket flasks ready for emergency. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: The one pleasure that never palls is the The one pleasure that never palls is the pleasure of not going to church. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Courage was America's watchword, but a courage of Courage was America's watchword, but a courage of the body rather than of the soul - physical courage, not moral. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: Great loves were almost always great tragedies. Perhaps Great loves were almost always great tragedies. Perhaps it was because love was never truly great until the element of sacrifice entered into it. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: It was said of Miss Letitia that when It was said of Miss Letitia that when money came into her possession it went out of circulation. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: A cat and a Bible, and nobody needs A cat and a Bible, and nobody needs to be lonely. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: The only way to make a husband over The only way to make a husband over according to one's ideas ... would be to adopt him at an early age, say four. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: I never saw a lawyer yet who would I never saw a lawyer yet who would admit he was making money. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: I had a vision ... of being found I had a vision ... of being found on the pavement by some passerby, with a small punctuation mark ending my sentence of life. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: To the bottle! In infancy, the milk bottle; To the bottle! In infancy, the milk bottle; in our prime, the wine bottle; in our dotage, the pill bottle. — Mary Roberts Rinehart