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1940


"I've lived my way; let me die my way."
"It seems to me, once in your life, before you die, you ought to see a country where they don't speak any English and they don't even want to."
“Sick or well, we are not meant to suffocate in this world.”
“’It is within my power to give you happiness when you are young or happiness when you are old.  Which shall it be?’  The Princess pondered in deep thought.  ‘It is a hard choice, dear Godmother, but if I spend my share of happiness while I am young, then I shall have nothing left to look forward to.  So, let me have my happiness when I am old and may heaven send me patience.’”
“Sometimes, when we are young, life frightens us.  Someday when you are loved, and are loved in return, you’ll find out then that nothing else matters.”
“Time wounds all heels.”
“Happiness is not a little cake which we cut up to feed my appetite.”
“Affections cannot be stolen, Madame.  They are given freely or not at all.”
“We think too much and feel too little.”
“I must say that I prefer comedy.  It’s a sign of getting old, they say, but I can’t help it.  There is tragedy enough in the world.  I don’t think we have to buy our tears.”
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