Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes

Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quotes: If we could learn how to utilize all the intelligence and patent good will children are born with, instead of ignoring much of it - why - there might be enough to go around! There might be enough to solve our alarming human problems, to put an end to poverty, to stop waging wars.
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Dorothy Canfield Fisher Quote: I never heard of anybody who admired the character of sheep. Even the gentlest human personalities in contact with them are annoyed by their lack of brains, courage and initiative, by their extraordinary ability to get themselves into uncomfortable or dangerous situations and then wait in inert helplessness for someone to rescue them.
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Quotes about Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Never since the dawn of human history, as far as I can find out, did people long settled in any region give a friendly welcome to newcomers. One of the disagreeable traits of our human nature seems to be to dislike on sight people who come later than the first settlers.
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Quote about Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Almost anything is enough to keep alive someone who wishes nothing for himself but time to write music ...
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Dorothy Canfield Fisher Sayings: You can't wish a body any worse luck than to get what he wants.
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Dorothy Canfield Fisher Saying: The teachers of small children are paid more than they were, but still far less than the importance of their work deserves, and they are still regarded by the unenlightened majority as insignificant compared to those who impart information to older children and adolescents, a class of pupils which, in the nature of things, is vastly more able to protect its own individuality from the character of the teacher.
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