A letter is the most imperishable thing on earth.
Enthusiasm is a divine possession.
Every child's birthright is a happy home.
Fifteen takes its perplexities very seriously and grieves without restraint over its sorrows.
In home life contentment is an essential to daily comfort. One discontented person in the house creates an atmosphere fatal to tranquillity.
In the whole round of human affairs little is so fatal to peace as misunderstanding.
In very truth it is the unattained which gives zest to the commonplace and brims the cup of our daily life with keenest joy.
Kindness is the truest wisdom of life and we cannot go far without it.
Let every birthday be a festival, a time when the gladness of the house finds expression in flowers, in gifts, in a little fête. Never should a birthday be passed over without note, or as if it were a common day, never should it cease to be a garlanded milestone in the road of life.
Love is like fire, a dangerous thing to play with, although the best of friends and the most loyal of servants when rightly handled.
Love turns all the wheels of human industry, is the motive power under the world's machinery, makes worthwhile every enterprise on the earth, is coequal with life, outlasts death, and reaches onward into heaven.
Memory is a trustworthy servant as long as it is made to serve.
Mind does dominate body. We are superior to the house in which we dwell.
One of the first things to be noted in business life is its imperialism. Business is exacting, engrossing, and inelastic.
Self complacency is fatal to progress.
The people who dream are very often the people who see, and dreaming and seeing precede doing.
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