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When we lose one we love, our bitterest tears are called forth by the memory of hours when we loved not enough.
Most creatures have a vague belief that a very precarious hazard, a kind of transparent membrane, divides death from love; and that the profound idea of nature demands that the giver of life should die at the moment of giving.
All mothers are rich when they love their children. There are no poor mothers, no ugly ones, no old ones. Their love is always the most beautiful of joys.
The true sage is not he who sees, but he who, seeing the furthest, has the deepest love for mankind.
The future is a world limited by ourselves; in it we discover only what concerns us and, sometimes, by chance, what interests those whom we love the most.
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I had rather be an oyster than a man, the most stupid and senseless of animals.
August 29, 1862
May 6, 1949
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