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MARGARET OLIPHANT
Scottish writer
(1828 - 1897)

All perfection is melancholy.
      - [Perfection]

It is often easier to justify one's self to others than to respond to the secret doubts that arise in one's own bosom.
      - [Conscience]

The ideal is the flower-garden of the mind, and very apt to run to weeds unless carefully tended.
      - [Ideality]

Truly there is nothing in the world so blessed or so sweet as the heritage of children.
      - [Children]

What happiness is there which is not purchased with more or less of pain?
      - [Happiness]


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