J. E. Buckrose, 1868 - 19313159
J. E. Buckrose quotes:
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- Happiness comes more from loving than being loved; and often when our affection seems wounded it is only our vanity bleeding. To love, and to be hurt often, and to love again - this is the brave and happy life. permalink
- The right sort of gossip is a charming and stimulating thing. The Odyssey itself is simply glorious gossip, and the same may be said of nearly every tale of mingled fact and legend which has been handed down to us through the ages. But the wrong sort of gossip is responsible for half the misery of the world. permalink
"Gossip" in What I Have Gathered (1923)
- There is this difference between depression and sorrow - sorrowful, you are in great trouble because something matters so much; depressed you are miserable because nothing really matters. permalink
- Though the worship of riches is an old religion, there has never before been a danger that it might become the sole religion. And yet that is what is surely going to happen in the world. permalink
"The Sacred Million" in What I Have Gathered (1923)
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