Pearl Buck Quotes

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Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Life is stronger than death. Life is stronger than death. Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Gods she did not worship, and faith she Gods she did not worship, and faith she had none, but love she had and forever. Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: You can judge your age by the amount You can judge your age by the amount of pain you feel when you come in contact with a new idea. Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: We must save ourselves by doing what is We must save ourselves by doing what is godlike and we will become godlike. Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Men and women should own the world as Men and women should own the world as a mutual possession. Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: From the stars," she thought, "doubtless all things From the stars," she thought, "doubtless all things are seen. Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Iowans know themselves and what they are doing. Iowans know themselves and what they are doing. They are doing well. Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: It is not well for a man to It is not well for a man to know more than is necessary for his daily living. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: All that had been was now no more. All that had been was now no more. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Make love! He disliked the phrase. Could one Make love! He disliked the phrase. Could one make love? — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: In our changing world nothing changes more than In our changing world nothing changes more than geography. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: There is no beauty without order. There is no beauty without order. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Many people lose the small joys in the Many people lose the small joys in the hope for the big happiness. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: An Englishman is never afraid of being laughed An Englishman is never afraid of being laughed at. He just thinks the other fellow is a fool. But Americans still can't risk anybody laughing at them. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: When we know what we want to prove, When we know what we want to prove, we go out and find our facts. They are always there. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: And to him war was a thing like And to him war was a thing like earth and sky and water and why it was no one knew but only that it was. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: It is easy to destroy but hard to It is easy to destroy but hard to create. Remember that, when you want to destroy something." The — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: The vicious result of privilege is that the The vicious result of privilege is that the creature who receives it becomes incapacitated by it as by a disease. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Growth itself contains the germ of happiness. Growth itself contains the germ of happiness. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: The secret of joy in work is contained The secret of joy in work is contained in one word-excellence. To know how to do something well is to enjoy it. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: To serve is beautiful, but only if it To serve is beautiful, but only if it is done with joy and a whole heart and a free mind. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: We send missionaries to China so the Chinese We send missionaries to China so the Chinese can get to heaven, but we won't let them into our country. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: It certainly must have been a relief for It certainly must have been a relief for women of the country to realize that one could be a woman and a lady and yet be thoroughly political. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: The only real danger to our country is The only real danger to our country is from within, that we forget our own power to be what we want to be. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Let woman out of the home, let man Let woman out of the home, let man into it, should be the aim of education. The home needs man, and the world outside needs woman. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Praise out of season, or tactlessly bestowed, can Praise out of season, or tactlessly bestowed, can freeze the heart as much as blame. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: You seem to grieve for what is not You seem to grieve for what is not so ... and there is no need to let your heart run ahead into evils that may never come. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Hunger makes a thief of any man. Hunger makes a thief of any man. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Men cannot be free in a nation where Men cannot be free in a nation where women are forbidden freedom. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: On this earth, though far and near, without On this earth, though far and near, without love, there's only fear. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: All things are possible until they are proven All things are possible until they are proven impossible. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: if one can surmount poverty and can love if one can surmount poverty and can love in moderation, there is no obstacle to happiness for anyone. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: The best thing in the world for each The best thing in the world for each of us is that which we can best do, because it gives us the feeling of being useful. That's happiness. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: And looked sharply across the street. There was And looked sharply across the street. There was only one house — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: In silence they lay close, without passion, but In silence they lay close, without passion, but closer than passion could bring them they lay close. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: wept, and in the wrinkles of old people. wept, and in the wrinkles of old people. In the house of the Manchu Bannerman, — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: If there is no other life, then this If there is no other life, then this one has been enough to make it worth being born myself ... a human being. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: To repay evil with kindness is the proof To repay evil with kindness is the proof of a good man; a superior man blames himself, a common man blames others. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: What seems new is only new to us. What seems new is only new to us. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: We must have hope or starve to death. We must have hope or starve to death. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: We need to restore the full meaning of We need to restore the full meaning of that old word, duty. It is the other side of rights. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: It is better not to say "lend." There It is better not to say "lend." There is only giving. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: And as for equality, are the fingers on And as for equality, are the fingers on one hand equal in length? Each has its place. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: What a man does in his own house What a man does in his own house cannot concern the nation. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: The superior man leads not by violence or The superior man leads not by violence or by coarse physical acts but by the pure intelligence of a wise mind. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: The mistakes of history bring relentless reprisals. The mistakes of history bring relentless reprisals. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Times were chosen and appointed. If one forced Times were chosen and appointed. If one forced them, they were wrong. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: The country she had taken for granted as The country she had taken for granted as her own, where she had been born, whose language alone she spoke, had rejected her and despised her. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: This was his mind, a storehouse, a computer This was his mind, a storehouse, a computer programmed to life, minute by minute, hour by hour, day and night. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: When people work beyond their destiny, all they When people work beyond their destiny, all they do fails. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: When we define democracy now it must still When we define democracy now it must still be as a thing hoped for but not seen. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: This anxiety to keep his father from anger This anxiety to keep his father from anger was wearisome to him. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: To know how to read is to light To know how to read is to light a lamp in the mind, to release the soul from prison, to open a gate to the universe. from Pavilion of Women page 292 — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Hope must come out of what we have, Hope must come out of what we have, or it is not hope, but a dream. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: From that house there has come so much From that house there has come so much life that it ought never to die or fall into ruin ... For me that house was a gateway to America. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: thing and it could be sold for a thing and it could be sold for a heap of silver and sometimes — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: All birth is unwilling. All birth is unwilling. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Happiness was waiting to be chosen. Happiness was waiting to be chosen. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: As for New York City, it is a As for New York City, it is a place apart. There is not its match in any other country in the world. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: You cannot be happy unless you understand that You cannot be happy unless you understand that life is sad. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: If you want to understand today, you have If you want to understand today, you have to search yesterday. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: For generations fathers had watched earth and sea. For generations fathers had watched earth and sea. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Believing in gods always causes confusion. Believing in gods always causes confusion. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: We are compelled to choose," he sometimes complained, We are compelled to choose," he sometimes complained, "between the savagery of Communism and the vulgarism of America. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Perhaps one has to be very old before Perhaps one has to be very old before one learns to be amused rather than shocked. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: The days of my youth are past and The days of my youth are past and to a woman full grown a kiss means everything - or nothing. — Pearl S. Buck
Pearl Buck Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: Chinese are wise in comprehending without many words Chinese are wise in comprehending without many words what is inevitable and inescapable and therefore only to be borne. — Pearl S. Buck