“‘How do you know so much about everything?’ was asked of a very wise and intelligent man; and the answer was, ‘By never being afraid or ashamed to ask questions as to anything of which I was ignorant.’” -John Abbott
“A cheerful frame of mind, reinforced by relaxation . . . is the medicine that puts all ghosts of fear on the run.” -George Matthew Adams
“Each day can be one of triumph if you keep up your interests.” -George Matthew Adams
“Each day of your life, as soon as you open your eyes in the morning, you can square away for a happy and successful day. It’s the mood and the purpose at the inception of each day that are the important facts in charting your course for the day. We can always square away for a fresh start no matter what the past has been. It’s today that is the paramount problem always. Yesterday is but history.” -George Matthew Adams
“Fortify yourself with a flock of friends! You can select them at random, write to one, dine with one, visit one, or take your problems to one. There is always at least one who will understand, inspire, and give you the lift you may need at the time.” -George Matthew Adams
“Note how good you feel after you have encouraged someone else. No other argument is necessary to suggest that one never miss the opportunity to give encouragement.” -George Matthew Adams
“The difficult tasks to be performed are not the ones that mean physical and mental labor, but the ones that you dislike are the ones that you do not love. There are unpleasant angles to nearly every important job to be done in this world but there must be an overall love for doing each, else precious time and effort are uselessly wasted. I shall never forget noting a sign above a construction job that read: Builder of Difficult Foundations. That man must have loved that calling, else he would not have made a point of advertising the fact!” -George Matthew Adams
“There are high spots in all of our lives and most of them have come about through encouragement from someone else. I don’t care how great, how famous or successful a man or woman may be, each hungers for applause.” -George Matthew Adams
“You are your greatest investment. The more you store in that mind of yours, the more you enrich your experience, the more people you meet, the more books you read, and the more places you visit, the greater is that investment in all that you are. Everything that you add to your peace of mind, and to your outlook upon life, is added capital that no one but yourself can dissipate.” -George Matthew Adams
George Matthew Adams was born on 23 August 1878 in Saline, Michigan, United States of America. He became a newspaper columnist and the founder of the George Matthew Adams Newspaper Service, which syndicated comic strips and columns to newspapers. His own writings were published widely in newspapers. George Matthew Adams passed on at 84 years of age on 29 October 1962.
“Among the natural rights of the colonists are these: first a right to life; secondly to liberty; thirdly to property; together with the right to support and defend them in the best manner they can. Those are evident branches of, rather than deductions from, the duty of self-preservation commonly called the first law of nature.” -Samuel Adams
“Mankind are governed more by their feelings than by reason.” -Samuel Adams
“Our contest is not only whether we ourselves shall be free but whether there shall be left to mankind an asylum on Earth for civil and religious liberty.” -Samuel Adams
Samuel Adams was born in 1722. He was an American Revolutionary War leader. Samuel Adams passed on in 1803.
“You’ve got to win in your mind before you win in your life.” -John Addison
“Cheerfulness keeps up a kind of daylight in the mind, and fills it with a steady and perpetual serenity.” -Joseph Addison
“Content thyself to be obscurely good. When vice prevails and impious men bear sway, the post of honor is a private station.” -Joseph Addison
Joseph Addison was born on 1 May 1672 in Milston, Wiltshire, England, as the eldest son of Reverend Lancelot Addison. He became an essayist, a dramatist, a poet, a politician, and co-founder with Richard Steele of “The Spectator” (1711 - 1712) magazine. Joseph Addison passed on at 47 years of age on 17 June 1719 in London, England.
“Ask others about themselves. At the same time, be on guard not to talk too much about yourself.” -Mortimer Adler
“You have to allow a certain amount of time in which you are doing nothing in order to have things occur to you, to let your mind think.” -Mortimer Adler
Mortimer Jerome Adler was born in 1902. He was an American philosopher in the Aristotelian and Thomistic traditions, an educator, a writer, and an editor. He worked for Columbia University, the University of Chicago, Encyclopedia Britannica, and his own Institute for Philosophical Research. Mortimer Jerome Adler passed on in 2001.
“Appearances are a glimpse of the unseen.” -Aeschylus
“The meaning I picked, the one that changed my life: Overcome fear, behold wonder.” -Aeschylus
Aeschylus was born in about 523 B.C.E. in Eleusis, Greece. He became a poet and a tragic dramatist. Among other plays, he wrote “Persians” (472 B.C.E.), “Seven Against Thebes” (467 B.C.E.), “The Suppliants” (463 B.C.E.), and “Oresteia” (458 B.C.E.). Aeschylus passed on at about 67 years of age in about 456 B.C.E. in Gela, Sicily, Italy.
“The Spartans do not enquire how many the enemy are, but where they are.” -Agis II (427 B.C.E.)
Music I heard with you was more than music
And bread I broke with you was more than bread.
“You can tell more about a person by what he says about others than you can by what others say about him.” -Leo Aikman
Leo Aikman was born on 22 December 1908 in Dana, Indiana, United States of America. He worked with the National Parks Service in Washington, District of Columbia for several years before transferring to Marietta, Georgia in 1941 to be the historian at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. He was a columnist for the “Atlanta Constitution” from 1948 until he passed away. As a humorist and speaker, he entertained and inspired audiences across the continental United States. Leo Aikman passed on in 1978.
“Set your expectations high; find men and women whose integrity and values you respect; get their agreement on a course of action; and give them your ultimate trust.” -John Akers
“Unless you know what you want, you can’t ask for it.” -Emma Albani
Emma Albani is a pseudonym of Marie Louise Emma Lajeunesse, who was born in 1852. She was a Canadian soprano. Marie Louise Emma Lajeunesse passed on in 1930.
“A man can do all things if he but wills them.” -Leon Battista Alberti
“No art, however minor, demands less than total dedication if you want to excel in it.” -Leon Battista Alberti
Leon Battista Alberti was born on 14 February 1404 in Genoa, Italy. He became a writer, an artist, an architect, a poet, a priest, a linguist, a philosopher, a cryptographer, and a general Renaissance polymath. Leon Battista Alberti passed on at 68 years of age on 25 April 1472 in Rome, Italy.
“There is virtue in country houses, in gardens and orchards, in fields, streams, and groves, in rustic recreations and plain manners, that neither cities nor universities enjoy.” -Amos B. Alcott
“Thinking makes the man.” -Amos Bronson Alcott
“To be ignorant of one’s ignorance is the malady of the ignorant.” -Amos Bronson Alcott
“While one finds company in himself and his pursuits, he cannot feel old, no matter what his years may be.” -Amos Bronson Alcott
Amos Bronson Alcott was born on 29 November 1799 in Wolcott, Connecticut, United States of America. He was the father of Louisa May Alcott. He became a schoolteacher, a writer, and a social reformer. Amos Bronson Alcott passed on at 88 years of age on 4 March 1888 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America.
“‘Stay’ is a charming word in a friend’s vocabulary.” -Louisa May Alcott
“Fine manners are the mantle of fair minds.” -Louisa May Alcott
“I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.” -Louisa May Alcott: “Little Women” (1868 - 1869)
“Life is my college. May I graduate well, and earn some honors.” -Louisa May Alcott
“Love is a great beautifier.” -Louisa May Alcott
“The power of finding beauty in the humblest things makes home happy and life lovely.” -Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott, also known by the pseudonym A. M. Barnard, was born on 29 November 1832 in Germantown, Pennsylvania, United States of America, as a daughter of Amos Bronson Alcott. She became a novelist. She is known for her book, “Little Women” (1868 - 1869), followed by its sequels, “Good Wives,” “Little Men,” and “Jo’s Boys.” Louisa May Alcott passed on at 55 years of age on 6 March 1888 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America.
“It’s not so much the journey that’s important; as is the way that we treat those we encounter and those around us, along the way.” -Jeremy Aldana
“Faith is like a boomerang; begin using what you have and it comes back to you in greater measure.” -Charles L. Allen
Charles Livingstone Allen was born on 24 June 1913 in Newborn, Georgia, United States of America. He became an ordained minister and a pastor, and held the title Reverend in the United Methodist denomination of Christianity. Charles Livingstone Allen passed on at 92 years of age on 30 August 2005 in Houston, Texas, United States of America.
“People of mediocre ability sometimes achieve outstanding success because they don’t know when to quit.” -George Allen
“Winning can be defined as the science of being totally prepared.” -George Allen
George Herbert Allen, Senior was born on 29 April 1918 in Nelson County, Virginia, United States of America. He became a football coach. George Herbert Allen, Senior passed on at 72 years of age on 31 December 1990 in Palos Verdes Estates, California, United States of America.
“A man is literally what he thinks.” -James Allen: “As a Man Thinketh” (1903)
“Change your thoughts, change your life.” -James Allen
“Dream lofty dreams, and as you dream, so you shall become. Your vision is the promise of what you shall one day be; your ideal is the prophecy of what you shall at last unveil.” -James Allen: “As a Man Thinketh” (1903), ‘Visions and Ideals’
“Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you sit there.” -James Allen (similar quotation attributed to Will Rogers (William Penn Adair ‘Will’ Rogers (1879 - 1935)))
“He who has conquered doubt and fear has conquered failure. His every thought is allied with power, and all difficulties are bravely met and wisely overcome. Thought allied fearlessly to purpose becomes creative force.” -James Allen: “As a Man Thinketh” (1903)
“In all human affairs there are efforts and there are results and the strength of the effort is the measure of the result.” -James Allen
“Men do not attract that which they want, but that which they are.” -James Lane Allen: “As a Man Thinketh” (1903), ‘Effect of Thought on Circumstances’
“Our life is what our thoughts make it. A man will find that as he alters his thoughts toward things and other people things and other people will alter towards him.” -James Allen
“Work joyfully and peacefully, knowing that right thoughts and right efforts will inevitably bring about right results.” -James Allen
“You are today where, your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.” -James Allen
“You will become as small as your controlling desire; as great as your dominant aspiration.” -James Allen: “As a Man Thinketh” (1903)
“Your circumstances may be uncongenial but they shall not long remain so if you but perceive an Ideal and strive to reach it.” -James Allen
James Allen was born in Leicester, Leicestershire, England on 28 November 1864. He became a writer. He is known for his inspirational books and poetry, and as a pioneer in the self-help movement. His first book was “From Poverty to Power, or, the Realization of Prosperity and Peace” (1901), but his best-known work is “As a Man Thinketh” (1903). James Allen passed on at 47 years of age on 24 January 1912 in Ilfracombe, Devon, England.
“Don’t let the opinions of the average man sway you. Dream and he thinks you’re crazy. Succeed and he thinks you’re lucky. Acquire wealth and he thinks you’re greedy. Pay no attention. He simply doesn’t understand.” -Robert G. Allen
“The shortest distance between two points is under construction.” -Noelie Altito
“The hard part of standing on an exponential curve is, when you look backwards it looks flat, and when you look forwards it looks vertical, and it is very hard to calibrate how much you are moving because it always looks the same.” -Sam Altman
“Live your life with purpose. Focus on your blessings, not your misfortunes. Focus on your strengths, not your weaknesses. Be yourself and don’t wait for the approval of others. But most importantly, have a positive and humble mindset no matter what situation you are in. Count your blessings, not your problems, and you will realize how beautiful your life truly is.” -Troy Amdahl
“Doing easily what others find difficult is talent; doing what is impossible for talent is genius.” -Henri-Frédéric Amiel
“For purposes of action nothing is more useful than narrowness of thought combined with energy of will.” -Henri-Frédéric Amiel
“Life is short and we have never too much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are traveling the dark journey with us. Oh be swift to love, make haste to be kind.” -Henri-Frédéric Amiel
“The test of every religious, political, or educational system is the man that it forms.” -Henri-Frédéric Amiel
“Work while you have the light. You are responsible for the talent that has been entrusted to you.” -Henri-Frédéric Amiel
Henri-Frédéric Amiel, also known simply as Henri Amiel, was born on 27 September 1821 in Geneva, Switzerland. He became a moral philosopher, a writer, a poet, and a critic. He is known for his book, “Journal Intime” (English: “Private Journal”) (1884). Henri-Frédéric Amiel passed on at 59 years of age on 11 May1881 in Geneva Switzerland.
“I don’t pretend to tell people how to live their lives other than to do the right thing and work hard. Everything else should take care of itself.” -Dave Anderson
“To succeed, you have to be open to problems. You have to be open to failure. And as you go up the ladder, you gain the right to get more problems.” -Dave Anderson
“Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it.” -Greg Anderson
“How do you balance the budget, cut taxes, and increase defense spending at the same time? It’s very simple. You do it with mirrors.” -John B. Anderson
“There are some men who lift the age that they inhabit, till all men walk on higher ground in that lifetime.” -Maxwell Anderson
Maxwell Anderson was born in 1888. Maxwell Anderson passed on in 1959.
“It takes great courage to faithfully follow what we know to be true.” -Sara E. Anderson
“Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have - life itself.” -Walter Anderson
“Our lives improve only when we take chances - and the first and most difficult risk we can take is to be honest with ourselves.” -Walter Anderson
Walter Anderson was born on 31 August 1944. He is an American newspaperman and an editor, and has served as the Chief Executive Officer of “Parade Magazine.”
“Even though circumstances may cause interruptions and delays, never lose sight of your goal. Instead, prepare yourself in every way you can by increasing your knowledge and adding to your experience, so that you can make the most of opportunity when it occurs.” -Mario Andretti
“Love what you do. Believe in your instincts. And you’d better be able to pick yourself up and brush yourself off every day.” -Mario Andretti
“Prepare yourself in every way you can by increasing your knowledge and adding to your experience, so that you can make the most of opportunity when it occurs.” -Mario Andretti
“Sometimes I’m so sweet even I can’t stand it.” -Julie Andrews
“A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.” -Maya Angelou
“Courage is the most important of all virtues, because without it we can’t practice any other virtue with consistency.” -Maya Angelou 1928
“My mother said I must always be intolerant of ignorance but understanding of illiteracy. That some people, unable to go to school, were more educated and more intelligent than college professors.” -Maya Angelou
“One isn’t necessarily born with courage but one is born with potential. Without courage we cannot practice any other virtue with consistency. We can’t be kind, true, merciful, generous, or honest.” -Maya Angelou
“The most called-upon prerequisite of a friend is an accessible ear.” -Maya Angelou 1928
“This a wonderful day. I’ve never seen this one before.” -Maya Angelou
“We may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated.” -Maya Angelou
Maya Angelou was born as Marguerite Ann Johnson on 4 April 1928 in Saint Louis, Missouri, United States of America. She became a poet, a memoirist, a dancer, a producer, a playwright, a director, a teacher, an essayist, a singer, and an actress. Maya Angelou passed on at 86 years of age on 28 May 2014 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States of America.
“Things are beautiful if you love them.” -Jean Anouilh
Jean Marie-Lucien-Pierre Anouilh was born in 1910. He was a French dramatist best known for his 1943 play, “Antigone,” an adaptation of Sophocles’ classical drama. Much of his work deals with themes of maintaining integrity in a world of moral compromise. Jean Marie-Lucien-Pierre Anouilh passed on in 1987.
“Act as if you have already achieved your goal and it is yours.” -Robert Anthony
“Courage is simply the willingness to be afraid and act anyway.” -Robert Anthony
“The best way to escape from your problem is to solve it.” -Robert Anthony (Doctor)
“The opposite of bravery is not cowardice but conformity.” -Robert Anthony
“What you can’t communicate runs your life.” -Robert Anthony
“When you blame others, you give up your power to change.” -Robert Anthony
“You are wholly complete and your success in life will be in direct proportion to your ability to accept this truth about you.” -Robert Anthony
“You can have anything you want if you will give up the belief that you can’t have it.” -Robert Anthony
Robert Newton Anthony was born on 6 September 1916 in Orange, Massachusetts, United States of America. He became an organizational theorist, a professor of management control at Harvard Business School, a United States Assistant Secretary of Defense, and a writer. Robert Newton Anthony passed on at 90 years of age on 1 December 2006 in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States of America.
“Cautious, careful people, always casting about to preserve their reputation and social standing, never can bring about reform. Those who are really in earnest must be willing to be anything or nothing in the world’s estimation, and publicly and privately, in season and out, avow their sympathy with despised and persecuted ideas and their advocates, and bear the consequences.” -Susan B. Anthony
Susan Brownell Anthony, also known as Susan B. Anthony, was born on 15 February 1820. She became an advocate of women’s right to vote. Susan Brownell Anthony passed on at 86 years of age on 13 March 1906.
“Better to illuminate than merely to shine, to deliver to others contemplated truths than merely to contemplate.” -Thomas Aquinas
“If the highest aim of a captain were to preserve his ship, he would keep it in port forever.” -Thomas Aquinas
“There is nothing on this Earth more to be prized than true friendship.” -Thomas Aquinas
“To love is to will the good of the other.” -Thomas Aquinas: “Summa Theologica” (1265 - 1274)
Thomas Aquinas was born in 1225 in Roccasecca, Italy. He became a Roman Catholic priest and friar, a philosopher, and a theologian. Thomas Aquinas passed on in 1274.
“I keep my friends as misers do their treasure, because of all the things granted us by wisdom, none is greater or better than friendship.” -Pietro Aretino
“It is from their foes, not their friends, that cities learn the lesson of building high walls and ships of war.” -Aristophanes
Aristophanes was born in 444 B.C.E. Aristophanes passed on in 380 B.C.E.
“Being in your own business is working 80 hours a week so that you can avoid working 40 hours a week for someone else.” -Ramona E. F. Arnett
“Well, back to the old drawing board.” -Peter Arno
Is it so small a thing,
To have enjoyed the Sun,
To have lived light in the Spring,
To have loved, to have thought, to have done?
-Matthew Arnold: “Empedocles on Etna”
Matthew Arnold was born on 24 December 1822 in Laleham, Staines, England. He was married to Frances Wightman in 1851. He became a Victorian poet, a literary critic, and a social reformer. Matthew Arnold passed on at 65 years of age on 15 April 1888 in Liverpool, England.
“A mediocre idea that generates enthusiasm will go further than a great idea that inspires no one.” -Mary Kay Ash
“Everyone wants to be appreciated, so if you appreciate someone, don’t keep it a secret.” -Mary Kay Ash
“Give yourself something to work toward - constantly.” -Mary Kay Ash
“Return telephone calls promptly but be judicious about the time spent on the phone.” -Mary Kay Ash
Mary Kay Ash was born as Mary Kathlyn Wagner in 1918 in Hot Wells, Texas, United States of America. She became a businesswoman, the founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics, Incorporated, and a writer. Mary Kay Ash passed on in 2001.
“One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation.” -Arthur Ashe
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” -Arthur Ashe
Arthur Ashe was born in 1943. He became an American professional tennis player. Arthur Ashe passed on in 1993.
“The man who follows the crowd will usually get no further than the crowd. The man who walks alone is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been.” -Alan Ashley-Pitt
“Being of good cheer makes it possible for us to turn all of our sunsets into sunrises.” -Marvin J. Ashton
“Greatness is best measured by how well an individual responds to the happenings in life that appear to be totally unfair, unreasonable, and undeserved.” -Marvin J. Ashton: as quoted in ‘If Thou Endure It Well,’ published in “Ensign” (November 1984) magazine, page 22
“The joys of happiness can only be realized by living lofty principles.” -Marvin J. Ashton
“Victories in life come through our ability to work around and over the obstacles that cross our path. We grow stronger as we climb our own mountains.” -Marvin J. Ashton
“We are poor in character when we think getting by is a substitute for doing our best.” -Marvin J. Ashton: Brigham Young University devotional
“What we are is more important than what we have or what is said of us.” -Marvin J. Ashton
“What we do with what happens to us is more important than what happens to us.” -Marvin J. Ashton
“Worthiness is a process, and perfection is an eternal trek. We can be worthy to enjoy certain privileges without being perfect.” -Marvin J. Ashton
Marvin Jeremy Ashton was born in 1915 in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America. He served a mission in Great Britain and worked in the lumber business as a young man. He became a managing director of Latter-day Saints Social Services and was a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1971 until his passing. Marvin Jeremy Ashton passed on in 1994.
“Youth would be an ideal state if it came a little later in life.” -Herbert Henry Asquith
Herbert Henry Asquith was born in 1852. He became a prime minster of Great Britain (1908 - 1916). Herbert Henry Asquith passed on in 1928.
“The trouble with most people is that they think with their hopes or fears or wishes rather than with their minds.” -Athenaeus (about C.E. 200)
“Treat the other man’s faith gently; it is all he has to believe with.” -Athenaeus (about C.E. 200)
Athenaeus of Naucratis was born in C.E. 170 in Naucratis. He was a grammarian and a rhetorician of ancient Greece. Athenaeus of Naucratis passed on in C.E. 223.
“Everything I’ve ever done was out of fear of being mediocre.” -Chet Atkins
“There are two things needed in these days; first, for rich men to find out how poor men live, and second, for poor men to know how rich men work.” -Edward Atkinson
“What if we had a chance to do it again and again, until we finally did get it right? Wouldn’t that be wonderful?” -Kate Atkinson
“The best way to overcome undesirable or negative thoughts and feelings is to cultivate the positive ones.” -William Walker Atkinson
William Walker Atkinson, also known by the pseudonyms Theron Q. Dumont and Yogi Ramacharaka, was born on 5 December 1862. Mental, physical, and financial ruin led him to discover the theories and philosophies found in his works. William Walker Atkinson passed on at 69 years of age on 22 November 1932.
“15 minutes a day! Give me just this and I'll prove I can make you a new man.” -Charles Atlas
“Nobody picks on a strong man.” -Charles Atlas
Charles Atlas was born as Angelo Siciliano in 1892. Charles Atlas passed on in 1972.
“All that we are not stares back at what we are.” -W. H. Auden
“You owe it to us all to get on with what you’re good at.” -W. H. Auden
Wystan Hugh Auden, also known as W. H. Auden, was born on 21 February 1907 in York, England. He was married to Erika Mann in 1935. He became a writer and a poet. He traveled extensively in Europe, Iceland, and China during the 1930’s. He fought in the Spanish Civil War. He became a naturalized American in 1938. Wystan Hugh Auden passed on at 66 years of age on 29 September 1973 in Vienna, Austria.
“Just do what you do best.” -Red Auerbach
Red Auerbach was born in 1917. He was an American basketball coach. Red Auerbach passed on in 2006.
“Hear the other side.” [English translation]
“Audi partem alterum.” [original Latin]
-Augustine of Hippo
“If we live good lives, the times are also good. As we are, such are the times.” -Augustine of Hippo
“The world is a great book, of which they that never stir from home read only a page.” -Augustine of Hippo: as attributed in Thomas Fielding (John Wade): “Select Proverbs of All Nations” (1824) page 216
Augustine of Hippo, also known as Aurelius Augustinus Hipponensis, was born as Aurelius Augustine on C.E. 13 November 354 in Thagaste, Numidia (now Souk Ahras, Algeria). He became a Christian theologian, a writer, and a bishop of Hippo in Roman Africa (396 - 430). He is known for his works, “The Confessions of Saint Augustine” and “The City of God.” Augustine of Hippo passed on at 75 years of age on C.E. 28 August 430 in Hippo Regius, Numidia (now Annaba, Algeria).
“Simply stated, it is sagacious to eschew obfuscation.” -Norman R. Augustine
Norman Ralph Augustine was born in 1935.
“Ah! There is nothing like staying at home, for real comfort.” -Jane Austen
“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.” -Jane Austen
“It is very difficult for the prosperous to be humble.” -Jane Austen
“It isn’t what we say or think that defines us, but what we do.” -Jane Austen: “Sense and Sensibility” (1811)
“She was not a woman of many words, for, unlike people in general, she proportioned them to the number of her ideas.” -Jane Austen: “Sense and Sensibility” (1811), volume 2, chapter 12
“Success supposes endeavor.” -Jane Austen
Jane Austen was born in 1775. She never married. She became an English novelist. Jane Austen passed on in 1817.
“Fake it until you make it! When you’re feeling bad, get dressed up - soon your inside will catch up with your outside.” -Denise Austin
“Chance favors those in motion.” -James H. Austin