Celia Green Quotes
Most popular Celia Green Quotes
Children need admiration rather than affection.
It is inconceivable that anything should be existing.
The psychology of committees is a special case of the psychology of mobs.
The human race's favorite method for being in control of facts is to ignore them.
The way to do research is to attack the facts at the point of greatest astonishment.
In an autocracy, one person has his way; in an aristocracy a few people have their way; in a democracy, no one has his way.
The charms of money are distinctly under-represented in literature. There are no songs or poems extolling its virtues. This seems on the face of it strange. The claims of money to be celebrated in verse might well seem to be no less than those of faithful dogs, beautiful women, or jugs of wine.