Lydia M. Child quotes

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Not in vain is Ireland pouring itself all over the earth. Divine Providence has a mission for her children to fulfill; though a mi ...
Flowers have spoken to me more than I can tell in written words. They are the hieroglyphics of angels, loved by all men for the be ...
None speak of the bravery, the might, or the intellect of Jesus; but the devil is always imagined as a being of acute intellect, p ...
The nearer society approaches to divine order, the less separation will there be in the characters, duties, and pursuits of men an ...
Home--that blessed word, which opens to the human heart the most perfect glimpse of Heaven, and helps to carry it thither, as on a ...
The eye of genius has always a plaintive expression, and its natural language is pathos.
Reverence is the highest quality of man's nature; and that individual, or nation, which has it slightly developed, is so far unfor ...
Misfortune is never mournful to the soul that accepts it; for such do always see that every cloud is an angel's face. Every man de ...
There was a time when all these things would have passed me by, like the flitting figures of a theatre, sufficient for the amuseme ...
Childhood itself is scarcely more lovely than a cheerful, kind, sunshiny old age.
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