Marguerite Gardiner Quotes

Marguerite Gardiner Quotes: Men are capable of making great sacrifices, who are not willing to make the lesser ones, on which so much of the happiness of life depends. The great sacrifices are seldom called for, but the minor ones are in daily requisition; and the making them with cheerfulness and grace enhances their value ...
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Marguerite Gardiner Quote: A German writer observes:
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Quotes about Marguerite Gardiner: Many minds that have withstood the most severe trials have been broken down by a succession of ignoble cares.
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Quote about Marguerite Gardiner: Some people are capable of making great sacrifices, but few are capable of concealing how much the effort has cost them; and it is this concealment that constitutes their value.
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Marguerite Gardiner Sayings: Modern historians are all would-be philosophers; who, instead of relating facts as they occurred, give us their version, or rather perversions of them, always colored by their political prejudices, or distorted to establish some theory . . .
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Marguerite Gardiner Saying: Satire, like conscience, reminds us of what we often wish to forget.
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Sayings about Marguerite Gardiner: To amend mankind, moralists should show them man, not as he is, but as he ought to be.
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Saying about Marguerite Gardiner: Despotism subjects a nation to one tyrant; democracy, to many.
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Marguerite Gardiner Quotes: Spring is the season of hope, and autumn is that of memory.
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Marguerite Gardiner Quote: [His mind] was like a volcano, full of fire and wealth, sometimes calm, often dazzling and playful, but ever threatening. It ran swift as the lightning from one subject to another, and occasionally burst forth in passionate throes of intellect, nearly allied to madness.
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Quotes about Marguerite Gardiner: People are always willing to follow advice when it accords with their own wishes.
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Quote about Marguerite Gardiner: Memory seldom fails when its office is to show us the tombs of our buried hopes.
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