William George Jordan Quotes



Best Little Problems of Married Life Quotes by William George Jordan

Little Problems of Married Life Quotes

“Courtship is the joyous, sunshine launching of the craft of hope; marriage is the long cruise across uncharted seas.”

Little Problems of Married Life

“Jealousy stifles faith, which is the soul of love. It is emotional suicide. It is a peculiar form of fear which seeks constantly to discover what it does not want to find. Jealousy is the chloroform of confidence. It requires faith to keep faith, trust to retain trust, love to cherish love.”

Little Problems of Married Life

“Plants grow most in the darkest hours preceding dawn; so do human souls. Nature always pays for a brave fight. Sometimes she pays in strengthened moral muscle, sometimes in deepened spiritual insight, sometimes in a broadening, mellowing, sweetening of the fibres of character,—but she always pays.”

Little Problems of Married Life

“Those who wisely live within an income rarely have to face the problem of trying to live without one.”

Little Problems of Married Life

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