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Creative Quotations from . . .
Mary Austin
(1868-1934) born on
Sep 09
US writer, suffragist. She wrote on American Indian culture and social problems in "Land of Little Rain," 1903.
Genius . . . arises in the natural, aboriginal concern for the conscious unity of all phenomena.

Ride your emotions as the shallop rides the waves; don't get upset among them. There are people who enjoy getting swamped emotionally, just as, incredibly, there are people who enjoy getting drunk.
Life set itself to new processions of seed-time and harvest, the skin newly turned to seasonal variations, the very blood humming to new altitudes.
When a woman ceases to alter the fashion of her hair, you guess that she has passed the crisis of her experience.
That curious social warp which obligates us most to impeach the validity of a woman's opinion at the points where it is most supported by experience.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "Earth Horizon," 1932.
A: "The American Rhythm," 1923.
N: In "Words of Women Quotations for Success," by Power Dynamics Publishing, 1997.
K: "A Woman of Genius," 1912.

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