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Doris Grumbach Quotes

The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary - Work Quotes
I never make the same mistake twice. I make it five or six times, just to be sure - Funny Quotes
And then you meet one person and your life changes forever - Love Quotes
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results - Albert Einstein Quotes
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A hand up is worthier than one’s own fist grasping a higher rung of the ladder  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) Searching for the self when I was entirely alone was hazardous. What if I found not so much a great emptiness as a space full of unpleasant contents, a compound of long-hidden truths, closeted, buried, forgotten. When I went looking, I was playing a desperate game of hide-and-seek, fearful of what I might find, most afraid that I would find nothing  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) Praise requires constant renewal and expansion  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) My eyes glaze over at a writer solving tiny problems  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) Talk uses up ideas. Once I have spoken them aloud, they are lost to me, dissipated into the noisy air like smoke. Only if I bury them, like bulbs, in the rich soil of silence do they grow  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) One keeps one’s friends better when one is alone. The corollary to this is that one loses one’s friends, slowly, when one sees them too often or when they visit for too long a time  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) Old age is somewhat like dieting. Every day there is less of us to be observed  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) We were determined by public opinions of us. Would we think we existed without outside confirmation? And how long would we live apart from others before we began to doubt our existence?  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) My old friend, water, my good companion, my beloved mother and father: I am its most natural offspring  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) Writers are entirely egocentric. To them, few things in their lives have meaning or importance unless they give promise of serving some creative purpose  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) A hand up is worthier than one’s own fist grasping a higher rung of the ladder  (Doris Grumbach Quotes) The reason that extended solitude seemed so hard to endure was not that we missed others but that we began to wonder if we ourselves were present, because for so long our existence depended upon assurances from them  (Doris Grumbach Quotes)