Quote of the Day

The world wants good mothers. It can do without clever money-makers. . .
Ruskin says: 'The best women are indeed the most difficult to know. They are recognized chiefly in the happiness of their husbands and the nobleness of their children; they are only to be divined, not discerned by the stranger, and sometimes seem almost helpless except in their homes.'
quoted by a friend, from "The Little Kingdom of Home," copyright 1904

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