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#1. I suppose there is hardly any one in the civilized world - particularly of those who do just a little more every day than they really have strength to perform - who has not at some time regarded bed as a refuge. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#2. It is in bed that we learn to bear the inevitable. We are learning this all the time while we lie with our face turned to the wall thinking we are doing nothing. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#3. Results have nothing at all whatever to do with the private fun of being an author. There lies the answer to the problem which puzzles many wise people. Now it is plain why there are so many of us ... But the public fun of being an author is rather apt to wear thin ... - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#4. Nothing, of course, is ever so strange as love to the one who is not a lover. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#5. This is the difference between depression and sorrow - sorrowful, you are in great trouble because something matters so much; depressed, you are miserable because nothing really matters. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#6. While nearly every way of falling in love is kind, every way of getting out of love is cruel. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#7. The right sort of gossip is a charming and stimulating thing. The Odyssey itself is simply glorious gossip, and the same may be said of nearly every tale of mingled fact and legend which has been handed down to us through the ages. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#8. beauty is truth, true beauty - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#9. I know what kind of people would have the hottest corner in my conception of hell. It would be those who have helped to give goodness a bad name. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#10. Though money is a fine servant, as a god, it does seem to develop all the evil qualities of the slave seated between the cherubim. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#11. An author who enjoys writing may sometimes please other people by accident, but he can never pass on to any one else the zestful thrill he feels himself. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#12. You may call a person vain, and they will smile; you may call them immoral, and they may even feel flattered - but call them narrow-minded and they have done with you. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#13. We condone the most bitter and vindictive intolerance from a desire to appear tolerant, and run to prove that badness is not as bad as it seems, by pointing out that goodness is not so good as it looks. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#14. Though the worship of riches is an old religion, there has never been a danger that it might become the sole religion. And yet that is what is surely going to happen in the world. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#15. One of the greatest hindrances to happiness in the present day is our tendency to standardize our conception of it. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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#16. There is such a mistaken notion abroad in this country that the individual who makes sharp remarks must be sincere, while the one who says pleasant things must be more or less a humbug. - Author: J. E. Buckrose
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