Margaret Elizabeth Sangster Quotes

Margaret Elizabeth Sangster Quotes: On the day long after childhood when I suddenly heard of his death, the sky grew dark above my head. I was walking on a Southern highway, and a friend driving in a pony carriage passed me, stopped and said,
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Margaret Elizabeth Sangster Quote: I would not, if I could, give up the memory of the joy I have had in books for any advantage that could be offered in other pursuits or occupations. Books have been to me what gold is to the miser, what new fields are to the explorer.
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Quotes about Margaret Elizabeth Sangster: It isn't the thing you do, dear, it's the thing you leave undone which gives you a bit of heartache at the setting at the setting of the sun.
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Quote about Margaret Elizabeth Sangster: Memory is a trustworthy servant as long as it is made to serve.
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Margaret Elizabeth Sangster Sayings: In very truth it is the unattained which gives zest to the commonplace and brims the cup of our daily life with keenest joy.
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Margaret Elizabeth Sangster Saying: Broadly speaking, nervous women may be divided into two classes - those who are really nervous, and those who imagine themselves to be so.
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