Taylor Caldwell
Quotations


Despair is sometimes the great energizer of the mind, though sometimes its flowering may be sterile.

Men who retain irony are not to be trusted. They can't always resist an impulse to tickle themselves.

He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like a city that is broken down and without walls.

One, if one is sensible, blames government, not the servers of government, not those entangled in their governments.

Honest men live on charity in their age; the almshouses are full of men who never stole a copper penny. Honest men are the fools and the saints.

It is not always wise to appear singular.



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