L. E. Landon Quotes and Quotations
Were it not better to forget Than to remember and regret?
All sweeping assertions are erroneous.
Enthusiasm is the divine particle in our composition: with it we are great, generous, and true; without it, we are little, false, and mean.
Whatever people in general do not understand, they are always prepared to dislike; the incomprehensible is always the obnoxious.
I think hearts are very much like glasses - if they do not break with the first ring, they usually last a considerable time.