A. C. Benson Quotes
Arthur Christopher Benson (24 April 1862 – 17 June 1925) was an English essayist, poet, and author and the 28th Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge
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I never enter a new company without the hope that I may discover a friend, perhaps the friend, sitting there with an expectant smile. That hope survives a thousand disappointments.
People who deal with life generously and large-heartedly go on multiplying relationships to the end.
When you get to my age life seems little more than one long march to and from the lavatory.
One's mind has a way of making itself up in the background, and it suddenly becomes clear what one means to do.
“It is often wonderful how putting down on paper a clear statement of a case helps one to see, not perhaps the way out, but the way in.”
The joy of all mysteries is the certainty which comes from their contemplation, that there are many doors yet for the soul to open on her upward and inward way.