Faith Baldwin
Quotations


Character builds slowly, but it can be torn down with incredible swiftness.

Gratitude is a humble emotion. It expresses itself in a thousand ways, from a sincere thank you to friend or stranger, to the mute, up-reaching acknowledgment to God--not for the gifts of this day only, but for the day itself; not for what we believe will be ours in the future, but for the bounty of the past.

My temperament's temperature does not rise and fall with thermometers or barometers.

The kiss was so much a part of the routine that it embarrassed him to withhold it.

Time is a dressmaker specializing in alterations.

The shadow of fear and uncertainty lies over most of us; for us the future seems far from being as clear and open as we believed it would be.



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