Joan Smith Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Joan Smith Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Joan Smith Sayings: One of the chief paradoxes of our culture [is] that the welfare of its children, One of the chief paradoxes of our culture [is] that the welfare of its children, its _future_, is placed almost exclusively in the hands of people of low status, a class it holds in contempt.
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Joan Smith Sayings: Life is short, have dessert first. Life is short, have dessert first.
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Joan Smith Sayings: That's all right. We may say what we daren't write." "And sing what is too That's all right. We may say what we daren't write." "And sing what is too foolish to say
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Joan Smith Sayings: To have a lover and friend in one was the best love of all. To have a lover and friend in one was the best love of all.
Joan Smith Sayings: It is infatuation that is blind. Love sees the flaws only too clearly, but goes It is infatuation that is blind. Love sees the flaws only too clearly, but goes on caring just the same, in spite of all
Joan Smith Sayings: She preferred keeping her mouth shut and appearing a fool to opening it and removing She preferred keeping her mouth shut and appearing a fool to opening it and removing the doubt.
Joan Smith Sayings: I have the irrational habit of not listening to people who tell me what to I have the irrational habit of not listening to people who tell me what to do