Sonia Taitz quotes

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What will our children remember of us, ten, fifteen years from now? The mobile we bought or didn't buy? Or the tone in our voices, ...
You have got to prepare for a lifetime of the pillory, for whatever you do will be seen as wrong by total strangers, up until and ...
Through a series of gradual power losses, the modern parent is in danger of losing sight of her own child, as well as her own visi ...
Like those before it, this decade takes on the marketable subtleties of a private phenomenon: parenthood. Mothers are being teased ...
When I turned into a parent, I experienced a real and total personality change that slowly shifted back to the "normal" me, yet ha ...
Here is the paradox: What children take from us, they give. When we are not totally "free," we learn how to cope with a smaller wo ...
Hence the spiritual weariness of the conscientious mother: You're always finding out just one more vital tidbit.
Much that is urged on us new parents is useless, because we didn't really choose it. It was pushed on us. It--whether it be Raffi ...
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