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Myrtie Barker

"Trouble is a chisel that shapes and designs."

Myrtie Barker, I Am Only One (1963)

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"The most spectacular success was first a hope."

Myrtie Barker, I Am Only One (1963)

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"Whether married or unmarried, there is an aloneness from which there is no escape. ... No one is where I am."

Myrtie Barker, I Am Only One (1963)

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"That idea of strictly minding one's own business is moldy rubbish. Who could be so selfish?"

Myrtie Barker, I Am Only One (1963)

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"No matter how long one may live, no two days of life will be the same."

Myrtie Barker, I Am Only One (1963)

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"... there are no little people, and there are no little jobs."

Myrtie Barker, I Am Only One (1963)

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"Every event, menial or momentous, has a first step. And it goes on and on, until the last day. And even on that day, we have a first-time experience. On that day, the bud becomes a blossom. For the first time, we die."

Myrtie Barker, I Am Only One (1963)

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