“He who angers you, conquers you.” – Elizabeth Kenny
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The conception of two people living together for twenty-five years without having a cross word suggests a lack of spirit only to be admired in sheep.
I ask you to go back and read them over again, and this time answer Self-acceptance was the foundation of the happiest time in your life and it was the engine that powered the train.
Why would I want a place of my own? Then I would have to things worry about, like doing laundry and having food in the fridge.
Wagon Train was on. It seemed to be beaming in from some foreign country. I shut that off, too, and went into another room, a windowless one with a painted door – a dark cavern with a floor-to-ceiling library. I switched on the lamps. The place had an overpowering presence of literature and you couldn’t help but lose your passion for dumbness.
When people treat you mean, you dislike them for that, but not because of their person, who they are. I was born and raised in a segregated society, but when I left there, I had nobody I disliked other than the people that’d mistreated me, and that only lasted for as long as they were mistreating me.