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“The Best and Most Beautiful Things in The World Cannot Be Seen or even Touched - They must be Felt with The Heart.”

Helen Keller

“Walking with a Friend in The Dark is Better than Walking alone in The Light.”

“Better to be Blind and See with Your Heart, than to have Two Good Eyes and See Nothing.”

“When One Door of Happiness Closes, another Opens; but often We Look so Long at The Closed Door that We do Not See the One which has been Opened for Us.”

“Life is either a Daring Adventure, or Nothing.”

“Optimism is The Faith that Leads to Achievement. Nothing can be Done without Hope and Confidence.”

“Keep your Face to The Sunshine and You Cannot See a Shadow.”

“Hope sees The Invisible, Feels The Intangible, and Achieves The Impossible.”

“Alone We Can Do so Little; together We Can Do so Much.”

“One can Never Consent to Creep when One Feels an Impulse to Soar.”

“Never Bend your Head. Always Hold it High. Look The World Straight in The Eye.”

“Although The World is Full of Suffering, it is Full also of The Overcoming of it.”

“The Highest Result of Education is Tolerance.”

“No Matter how Dull, or how Mean, or how Wise a Man is, He Feels that Happiness is his Indisputable Right.”

“You will Succeed if you Persevere; and you will Find Joy in Overcoming Obstacles.”

“College isn’t The Place to Go for Ideas.”

“No One has a Right to Consume Happiness without Producing it.”

“A Bend in The Road is Not The End of The Road…Unless you Fail to Make The Turn.”

“So long as The Memory of certain Beloved Friends Lives in my Heart, I shall Say that Life is Good.”

“Everything has its Wonders, even Darkness and Silence, and I Learn, whatever State I may be in, Therein to be Content.”

“Love is Like a Beautiful Flower which I may Not Touch, but whose Fragrance makes The Garden a Place of Delight just the Same.”

“Of all The Senses, Sight must be The most Delightful.”

“No Pessimist ever Discovered The Secret of The Stars, or Sailed to an Uncharted Land, or Opened a New Doorway for The Human Spirit.”

“What We have Once Enjoyed we can Never Lose. All that we Love Deeply Becomes a Part of Us.”

“Literature is my Utopia. Here I am Not Disfranchised. No barrier of The Senses shuts me Out from The Sweet, Gracious Discourse of my Book-Friends. They Talk to me without Embarrassment or Awkwardness.”

“True Education combines Intellect, Beauty, Goodness, and The Greatest of these is Goodness.”

“Your Success and Happiness Lies in you. Resolve to Keep Happy, and your Joy and you shall form an Invincible host Against Difficulties.”

“I am only One, but still I am One – I Cannot do Everything, But still I can do Something; And Because I Cannot do Everything I will Not Refuse to do The Something that I can do.”

“I Believe that God is in me as The Sun is in The Colour and Fragrance of a Flower - The Light in my Darkness, The Voice in my Silence.”

“People do Not Like to Think. If One Thinks, One must Reach Conclusions. Conclusions are Not always Pleasant.”

“Security is Mostly a Superstition. It does Not Exist in Nature, nor do The Children of men as a whole Experience it. Avoiding danger is No Safer in The Long Run than outright Exposure. Life is either a Daring Adventure, or Nothing.”

“Until The Great Mass of The People shall be Filled with The Sense of Responsibility for each other's Welfare, Social justice can Never be Attained.”

“Life is a Succesion of Lessons which must be Lived to be Understood.”

“Knowledge is Love and Light and Vision.”

“I can See, and that is why I can be Happy, in what you Call The Dark, but which to Me is Golden. I can See a God-made World, Not a Manmade World.”

“Keep your Face to The Sunshine and you Cannot see The Shadows. It's what The Sunflowers do.”

“I seldom Think about my Limitations, and they Never make me Sad. Perhaps there is Just a Touch of Yearning at Times; But it is Vague, Like a Breeze among Flowers.”

“There is No King who has Not had a Slave among his Ancestors, and No Slave who has Not had a King among his.”

“God himself is Not Secure, having Given man Dominion Over his Work.”

“There are No Shortcuts to any Place worth Going.”

“Although The World is Full of Suffering, it is also Full of The Overcoming of it.”

“Blindness Separates people from Things; Deafness Separates people from people.”

“Toleration is The Greatest Gift of The Mind; it Requires The Same Effort of The Brain that it Takes to Balance Oneself on a Bicycle.”

“Character Cannot be Developed in Ease and Quiet. Only through Experience of Trial and Suffering can The Soul be Strengthened, Ambition Inspired, and Success Achieved.”

“Self-pity is our Worst Enemy and if We yield to it, We can Never do Anything Wise in this World.”