Fortunate are the people whose roots are deep.
It certainly must have been a relief for the women of the country to realize that one [Eleanor Roosevelt] could be a woman and a lady and yet be thoroughly political.
Once the pursuit of truth begins to haunt the mind, it becomes an ideal never wholly attained.
Tension is a prerequisite for creative living.
The children are always the chief victims of social chaos.
We are all motivated far more than we care to admit by characteristics inherited from our ancestors which individual experiences of childhood can modify, repress, or enhance, but cannot erase.
We can never achieve absolute truth but we can live hopefully by a system of calculated probabilities.
Memorable Quotations: Social Workers