Margaret Deland Quotes
Most popular Margaret Deland Quotes
War has to be nourished by lies.
Anger as well as love casts out fear.
You can't have genius without patience.
Grief is the price Love pays for being in the same world with Death.
The insolence of time is like a blow in the face from an unseen enemy.
He's always had something for nothing That is the one immorality that damns.
We've all of us got to meet the devil alone. Temptation is a lonely business.
There isn't any virtue where there has never been any temptation. Virtue is just temptation, overcome.
To talk over a quarrel, with its inevitable accompaniment of self-justification, is too much like handling cobwebs to be very successful.