Quotes by Elizabeth Janeway

I have a problem about being nearly sixty I keep waking up in the morning and thinking I'm thirty-one.

Elizabeth Janeway

Power is the ability not to have to please.

Elizabeth Janeway

Unless I am what I am and feel what I feel -- as hard as I can and as honestly and truly as I can -- then I am nothing.

Elizabeth Janeway

We don't get offered crises, they arrive.

Elizabeth Janeway

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Illegitimis non carborundum.Lat., Don't let the bastards grind you down.

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