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Angela W. Wray

  • The experiences of childhood are rarely forgotten. They should be the brightest, happiest ones of life, and the teacher who needlessly darkens their memory has reason to feel both shame and sorrow.

  • One of the charms of early childhood is its utter unconsciousness of self. The little child surveys us with big, wondering eyes. His every thought is occupied, not with himself, but with us. He is interested, not in our opinion of him, but in our actions, our speech, our dress. Whatever he does, he does with his whole heart, never thinking or caring what observers may conclude.

  • Power gives power.

Angela W. Wray, U.S. writer