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Suzanne Massie

  • When one's own problems are unsolvable, and all best efforts frustrated, it is life-saving to listen to other people's problems.

    • Suzanne Massie,
    • in Robert and Suzanne Massie, Journey ()
  • All that the Devil asks is acquiescence ...

    • Suzanne Massie,
    • in Robert and Suzanne Massie, Journey ()
  • To be a friend takes time, and time is what nobody has. Therefore, real friends are rare.

    • Suzanne Massie,
    • in Robert and Suzanne Massie, Journey ()
  • Russians understand the rhythm of despair.

    • Suzanne Massie,
    • in Robert and Suzanne Massie, Journey ()
  • Pain heightens every sense. More powerfully than any drug, it intensifies colors, sounds, sight, feelings. Pain is like a glass wall. It is impossible to climb it, but you must, and, somehow, you do. Then there is an explosion of brilliance and the world is more apparent in its complexity and beauty.

    • Suzanne Massie,
    • in Robert and Suzanne Massie, Journey ()
  • When pain has been constant, it has its own momentum and laws. The vital thing is to break its ascendancy over the mind.

    • Suzanne Massie,
    • in Robert and Suzanne Massie, Journey ()
  • France, like every other Western country except the United States, has long accepted the principle that comprehensive health care is the right of every citizen. No Frenchman need ever fear that catastrophic illness will wipe him out financially. How long, do you suppose, will it take us, in the United States, to catch up?

    • Suzanne Massie,
    • in Robert and Suzanne Massie, Journey ()

Suzanne Massie, U.S. writer

(1931)

Full name: Suzanne Rohrbach Massie.