Mary Ainsworth Quotes
Books by Mary Ainsworth
Best Quotes by Mary Ainsworth
“In hatred as in love, we grow like the thing we brood upon. What we loathe, we graft into our very soul.”
“It has become apparent that the pattern of adjustment (over domains) is more significant for the understanding of the individual than any single measurement, or any total score.”
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“When the teacher shall have touched, in this way, soul for soul, each one of her pupils, awakening and inspiring the life within them as if she were an invisible spirit, she will then possess each soul, and a sign, a single word from her shall suffice; for each one will feel her in a living and vital way, will recognise her and will listen to her.
There will come a day when the directress herself shall be filled with wonder to see that all the children obey her with gentleness and affection, not only ready, but intent, at a sign from her. They will look toward her who has made them live, and will hope and desire to receive from her, new life.”