Eleanor Roosevelt about past (“The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt”, 1961) - The more the world speeds up the more it seems necessary that we should learn to pick out of the past the things that we feel were important and beautiful then. One of these things was a quality of tranquillity in people, which you rarely meet today.
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The more the world speeds up the more it seems necessary that we should learn to pick out of the past the things that we feel were important and beautiful then. One of these things was a quality of tranquillity in people, which you rarely meet today.
 Eleanor RooseveltThe Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt (1961). copy citation

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