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Helen Gibson Hogue
“Modern adults, if they are to be successful in their relationships with modern youth, will have to give up riding in oxcarts and adapt their training methods to a speeded-up society. Some adults refuse to do this. They like oxcarts. Their own parents used oxcarts. It is simpler to use oxcarts.”
“... our golden opportunity with children lies in recognition and appreciation of their individual differences developed and fused with a social purpose. We do not in our gardens try to make a calendula into a rose. We try to learn the needs of calendulas and help them grow into the best calendulas possible. If we are true gardeners we have a sort of uprush of happiness in the individual beauty of each variety of flower ...”
“Hyponchondria truly kills all those who come in daily contact with it except the person who is supposed to be suffering.”