Wise Words from 1887 – No. 18

Wise Words from 1887 – No. 18

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Wise words about women, from Good Housekeeping published in 1887.

  • Woman, once made equal to man becomes his superior.
  • All the reasonings of men are not worth one sentiment of women.
  • Where there is room in the heart, there is always room in the house.
  • Domestic happiness, thou only bliss of paradise that has survived the fall.
  • It is in vain for a man to be born fortunate, if he be unfortunate in his marriage.
  • Unhappy is the man for whom his own mother has not made all other mothers venerable.
  • That man that has a tongue, I say, is no man if with his tongue he cannot win a woman.
  • No true woman will permit her aspirations to prejudice her mind against domestic responsibilities.
  • To be man’s tender mate was woman born, and in obeying nature she best serves the purpose of Heaven.
  • A woman’s heart is just like a lithographer’s stone, what is once written upon it cannot be rubbed out.

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