Selma Lagerlof Quotes

Top 20 wise famous quotes and sayings by Selma Lagerlof

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Selma Lagerlof quotes: What is so certain of victory as patience? What is so certain of victory as patience?
Selma Lagerlof quotes: For, so long as there are interesting books to read, it seems to me that neither I nor anyone else, for that matter, need be unhappy. For, so long as there are interesting books to read, it seems to me that neither I nor anyone else, for that matter, need be unhappy.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: For what is man's soul but a flame? It flickers in and around the body of a man as does the flame around the rough log. For what is man's soul but a flame? It flickers in and around the body of a man as does the flame around the rough log.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: There is so much one would rather not believe until one has seen for oneself whether it is true. There is so much one would rather not believe until one has seen for oneself whether it is true.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: There isn't much that tastes better than praise from those who are wise and capable. There isn't much that tastes better than praise from those who are wise and capable.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: Nothing on earth can make up for the loss of one who has loved you. Nothing on earth can make up for the loss of one who has loved you.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: It is a strange thing to come home. While yet on the journey, you cannot at all realize how strange it will be. It is a strange thing to come home. While yet on the journey, you cannot at all realize how strange it will be.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: I had become shy of life's bustle in my solitary retreat and was apprehensive at the thought of facing the world. I had become shy of life's bustle in my solitary retreat and was apprehensive at the thought of facing the world.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: He who is sorrowful can force himself to smile, but he who is glad cannot weep. He who is sorrowful can force himself to smile, but he who is glad cannot weep.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: More die in flight than in battle. More die in flight than in battle.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: A man may be outlawed for the sake of a fish net he has never seen. A man may be outlawed for the sake of a fish net he has never seen.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: It is often the case with the silent children about us, that they cherish a dream which they dare not talk about. It is often the case with the silent children about us, that they cherish a dream which they dare not talk about.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: What would have become of me if no one had wanted to read my books? And don't forget all those who have written of me. What would have become of me if no one had wanted to read my books? And don't forget all those who have written of me.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: Never repeat a rumor before you have verified it. And if it is true, hold your tongue all the more. Never repeat a rumor before you have verified it. And if it is true, hold your tongue all the more.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: Women can do nothing that has permanence. Women can do nothing that has permanence.
Selma Lagerlof quotes: Here, no mercy is shown. One hates one's fellow man to the glory of God. Here, no mercy is shown. One hates one's fellow man to the glory of God.