Frances Hodgson Burnett

‘One of the new things people began to find out in the last century was that thoughts-just mere thoughts-are as powerful as electric batteries, as good for one as sunlight is, or as bad for one as poison.’ Frances Hodgson Burnett (The Secret Garden)

November 23, 2008 · 1 min read

‘One of the new things people began to find out in the last century was that thoughts-just mere thoughts-are as powerful as electric batteries, as good for one as sunlight is, or as bad for one as poison.’ Frances Hodgson Burnett (The Secret Garden)



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