Florence Nightingale Quote

People do not go into the company of their fellow-creatures for what would seem a very sufficient reason, namely, that they have something to say to them, or something that they want to hear from them; but in the vague hope that they may find something to say.


Cassandra (1860)

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People do not go into the company of their fellow-creatures for what would seem a very sufficient reason, namely, that they have something to say to...

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People do not go into the company of their fellow-creatures for what would seem a very sufficient reason, namely, that they have something to say to...

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People do not go into the company of their fellow-creatures for what would seem a very sufficient reason, namely, that they have something to say to...

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People do not go into the company of their fellow-creatures for what would seem a very sufficient reason, namely, that they have something to say to...