Florence Nightingale Quote

The family uses people, not for what they are, nor for what they are intended to be, but for what it wants them for — its own uses. It thinks of them not as what God has made them, but as the something which it has arranged that they shall be.


Cassandra (1860)

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The family uses people, not for what they are, nor for what they are intended to be, but for what it wants them for — its own uses. It thinks of...

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The family uses people, not for what they are, nor for what they are intended to be, but for what it wants them for — its own uses. It thinks of...

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The family uses people, not for what they are, nor for what they are intended to be, but for what it wants them for — its own uses. It thinks of...

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The family uses people, not for what they are, nor for what they are intended to be, but for what it wants them for — its own uses. It thinks of...