Quotation Explorer - 'Josephine Johnson'

She knew that nothing was ever as overwhelming or final as he seemed to think - that if he would wait, instead of shouting, there'd be less to shout over in the end. - Josephine Johnson
...the presence of each other and a lusty love of being, of living and knowing there was tomorrow and God knows how many more tomorrows and each a life and sufficient in itself... - Josephine Johnson
Most people have the blindness of new-born things - a not-incurable blindness, the sight being there but its use not known. - Josephine Johnson
But only in mad people fear goes on constant night and day, wearing one ditch in the mind that all thoughts must travel in. - Josephine Johnson
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