Nothing is interesting if you're not interested.— Helen Clark MacInnes
The most delicious Helen Clark MacInnes quotes that are easy to memorize and remember
The sad discovery of the adult world was the permanent truth: you don't always do what you want to do; you do what you must.
Just remember enough never to be vulnerable again: total forgetting could be as self-destructive as complete remembering.
Life to most Greeks may be either tragic or comic or a mixture of both;
but one thing it never is - and that is, meaningless.
Inquisitive people aren't really very attractive, are they?
And it's the educated barbarian who is the worst: he knows what to destroy.
one doesn't measure friendship by length of time only; depth of time is just as valuable.
Nihilists expend everything and everyone except themselves.
They are the indispensable men, without whom the world might try to live almost happily.
Men who use terrorism as a means to power, rule by terror once they are in power.
Expect the worst, and you won't be disappointed.
Civilization is a perishable commodity.
The mind is more vulnerable than the stomach, because it can be poisoned without feeling immediate pain.