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Lawana Blackwell
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Age is no guarantee of maturity.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter, 1998
He had learned over the years that poor people did not feel so poor when allowed to give occasionally.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter, 1998
I've grown to realize the joy that comes from little victories is preferable to the fun that comes from ease and the pursuit of pleasure.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter, 1998
If courage wasn't a standard result of aging, it meant that the young could somehow acquire it as well.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter, 1998
If there was strife and contention in the home, very little else in life could compensate for it.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter, 1998
It isn't kind to cultivate a friendship just so one will have an audience.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter, 1998
Outings are so much more fun when we can savor them through the children's eyes.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter, 1998
Propriety was a rigid master, but one that must be obeyed if one wanted to keep a sterling reputation.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter, 1998
For all their strength, men were sometimes like little children.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark, 1999
Forgiveness is almost a selfish act because of its immense benefits to the one who forgives.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark, 1999
Patterning your life around other's opinions is nothing more than slavery.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark, 1999
The hatred you're carrying is a live coal in your heart - far more damaging to yourself than to them.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark, 1999
True repentance means making amends with the person when at all possible.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark, 1999
Youth isn't always all it's touted to be.
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Lawana Blackwell, The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark, 1999

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