Frances Rodman, 1879 - 19742202
Frances Rodman quotes:
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- Courage does not always march to airs blown by a bugle. permalink
"For a Six-Year-Old" in The New York Times (13 May 1961)
- Courage is sometimes frail as hope is frail: a fragile shoot between two stones that grows brave toward the sun though warmth and brightness fail, striving and faith the only strength it knows. permalink
- Diplomacy is the art of saying 'nice doggie' until you have time to pick up a rock. permalink
- Just think how happy you would be if you lost everything you have right now, and then got it back again. permalink
- Many husbands are second story men — their wives seldom believe the first one. permalink
- Matrimony is a process by which a grocer acquired an account the florist had. permalink
- The problem with speeches isn't so much not knowing when to stop, as knowing when not to begin. permalink
- Think twice before you speak — and you'll find everyone talking about something else. permalink
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