Louise Imogen Guiney Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

19 Louise Imogen Guiney Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: My own passion, all my life, has been non-collecting. My own passion, all my life, has been non-collecting.
More pictures »
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Children are born optimists and we slowly educate them out of their heresy Children are born optimists and we slowly educate them out of their heresy
More pictures »
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: With fatal, fatal Love a girlhood goes. With fatal, fatal Love a girlhood goes.
More pictures »
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: [Death:] The one inexorable thing! [Death:] The one inexorable thing!
More pictures »
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Life is a breathing-space between two eternities, a holiday with appalling realities behind and before. Life is a breathing-space between two eternities, a holiday with appalling realities behind and before.
More pictures »
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Very few can be trusted with an education. Very few can be trusted with an education.
More pictures »
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: No pleasure or success in life quite meets the capacity of our hearts. We take No pleasure or success in life quite meets the capacity of our hearts. We take in our good things with enthusiasm, and think ourselves happy and satisfied; but afterward, when the froth and foam have subsided, we discover that the goblet is not more than half-filled with the golden liquid that was poured into it.
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: I am not in the least given to any violent interest in womankind, however, such I am not in the least given to any violent interest in womankind, however, such as has addled the country's brains of late. Give me a manandwoman world: 'tis good enough!
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: A guest should be permitted to graze, as it were, in the pastures of his A guest should be permitted to graze, as it were, in the pastures of his host's kindness, left even to his own devices, like a rational being, and handsomely neglected.
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: The hand betrays the heart ... The hand betrays the heart ...
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Idleness, simon-pure, from which all manner of good springs like seed from a fallow soil, Idleness, simon-pure, from which all manner of good springs like seed from a fallow soil, is sure to be misnamed and misconstrued ...
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: High above hate I dwell, O storms! farewell. High above hate I dwell, O storms! farewell.
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: The fears of what may come to pass, I cast them all away, Among the The fears of what may come to pass, I cast them all away, Among the clover scented grass, Among the new-mown hay.
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Youth, ah, Youth! all men's desire and sorrow. Youth, ah, Youth! all men's desire and sorrow.
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Family traits, like murder, will out. Nature has but so many molds ... Family traits, like murder, will out. Nature has but so many molds ...
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Life is legal tender, and individual character stamps its value. We are from a thousand Life is legal tender, and individual character stamps its value. We are from a thousand mints, and all genuine. Despite our infinitely diverse appraisements, we make change for one another. So many ideals planted are worth the great gold of Socrates; so many impious laws broken are worth John Brown.
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Character demonstrates itself in trifles. Character demonstrates itself in trifles.
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Youth is slipping, dripping, pearl on pearl, away. Youth is slipping, dripping, pearl on pearl, away.
Louise Imogen Guiney Sayings: Quotations (such as have point and lack triteness) from the great old authors are an Quotations (such as have point and lack triteness) from the great old authors are an act of reverence on the part of the quoter, and a blessing to a public grown superficial and external.