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L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Fear is a vile thing, and is at the bottom of almost every wrong and hatred of the world.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “When one great passion seizes possession of the soul all other feelings are crowded out.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Dramatic things always have a bitterness for some one.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Don’t believe in imagining things different from what they really are. When the Lord puts us in certain circumstances He doesn’t mean for us to imagine them away.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It was three o’clock in the morning – the wisest and most accursed hour of the clock. But sometimes it sets us free.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I believe in a girl being fitted to earn her own living whether she ever has to or not. You’ll.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “In geometry Anne met her Waterloo. “It’s perfectly awful stuff, Marilla,” she groaned. “I’m sure I’ll never be able to make heads or tail of it. There is not scope for imagination in it at all.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It’s good advice, but I expect it will be hard to follow; good advice is apt to be, I think.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “If I wasn’t a human girl I think I’d like to be a bee and live among the flowers.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I know I chatter on far too much... but if you only knew how many things I want to say and don’t. Give me SOME credit.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The point of good writing is knowing when to stop.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It’s the worst kind of cruelty – the thoughtless kind. You can’t cope with it.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The gods, so says the old superstition, do not like to behold too happy mortals. It is certain, at least, that some human beings do not.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “When people mean to be good to you, you don’t mind very much when they’re not quite – always.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Cousin Jimmy thinks I did perfectly right. Cousin Jimmy would think I had done perfectly right if I had murdered Andrew and buried him in the Land of Uprightness. It’s very nice to have one friend like that, though too many wouldn’t be good for you.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “That is one consolation when you are poor – there are so many more things you can imagine about.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “But was anything in life, Anne asked herself wearily, like one’s imagination of it?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Well, that is another hope gone. My life is a perfect graveyard of buried hopes.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “A good laugh is as good as a prayer sometimes.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It does not do to laugh at the pangs of youth. They are very terrible because youth has not yet learned that ’this, too, will pass away.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “What had seemed easy in imagination was rather hard in reality.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It’s the fools that make all the trouble in the world, not the wicked.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “One could have eaten a meal off the ground without overbrimming the proverbial peck of dirt. Mrs.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Oh, Marilla, I thought I was happy before. Now I know that I just dreamed a pleasant dream of happiness. This is the reality.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “People who don’t like cats always seem to think there is some peculiar virtue in not liking them.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Today has been a day dropped out of June into April.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I’m afraid concerts spoil people for everyday life.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Walter’s eyes were very wonderful. All the joy and sorrow and laughter and loyalty and aspirations of many generations lying under the sod looked out of their dark-gray depths.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It’s as easy to give away a million as a hundred if you have not got either...”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Oh, of course there’s a resk in marrying anybody,” conceded Charlotta the Fourth, “but, when all’s said and done, Miss Shirley, ma’am, there’s many a worse thing than a husband.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Isn’t it splendid there are so many things to like in this world?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Oh, aren’t you glad it is spring? The beauty of winter is that it makes you appreciate spring.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I heard someone once say that the years from fifteen to nineteen are the best years in a girl’s life.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The trouble with you people is that you don’t laugh enough.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Satirize wickedness if you must – but pity weakness.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “A favor is never so long-lived as a grudge.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I wonder why people so commonly suppose that if two individuals are both writers they must therefore be hugely congenial.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Experience teaches sense. You can’t learn it in a college course.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “We are both going to pray that we may live together all our lives and die the same day.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It’s fun to be almost grown up in some ways, but it’s not the kind of fun I expected, Marilla. There’s so much to learn and do and think that there isn’t time for big words.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I don’t know which is worse – to have somebody you DON’T like ask you to marry him or NOT have some one you DO like. Both are rather unpleasant.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Being frightened of things is worse than the things themselves.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Heretics are wicked, but they’re mighty int’resting. It’s jest that they’ve got sorter lost looking for God, being under the impression that He’s hard to find – which He ain’t never.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The year is a book, isn’t it, Marilla? Spring’s pages are written in Mayflowers and violets, summer’s in roses, autumn’s in red maple leaves, and winter in holly and evergreen.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “People who are different from other people are always called peculiar,′ said Anne.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I won’t say another word – not one. I know I talk too much, but I am really trying to overcome it, and although I say far too much, yet if you only knew how much I want to say and don’t, you’d give me some credit for it.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I like people who make me love them. It saves me so much trouble in making myself love them. – Miss Barry.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Why is it that the nicest things never are healthy?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “And as for risk, there’s risk in pretty near everything a body does in this world. – Marilla Cuthbert.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Do you know what I think about the new moon, teacher? I think it is a little golden boat full of dreams. And when it tips on a cloud some of them spill out and fall into your sleep.”
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