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Virginia Cary Hudson
“Etiquette is what you are doing and saying when people are looking and listening. What you are thinking is your business. Thinking is not etiquette.”
“Education is what you learn in books, and nobody knows you know it but your teacher.”
“Personal appearance is looking the best you can for the money.”
“We do not earn or deserve the love of God; we already have it.”
“It is important that early in life you choose companionable prejudices, for the fact is that they are likely to stay with you for a lifetime.”
“... we can't know a road until we travel it. Hearing about it is not enough. We are obliged to travel over it.”
Virginia Cary Hudson, U.S. child-writer
(1894 - 1954)