Marcia Willett’s Top 7 Popular and Famous Quotes

Seven of My Favourite Marcia Willett Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles we look at Top 7 Famous Quotes by Author Marcia Willett, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with Marcia Willett you will find my Seven favourites of Marcia Willett’s quotes. 

Popular Quotes

“Don’t try to fight depression and fear with violent physical or mental exercise. But don’t give into them either. Just think. Oh, here they are again, and look past them, as if you were looking over someone’s shoulder at something beyond. Fix your mind on what’s beyond.’

But how do you do that?’ Louise stared at her in perplexity, longing for some kind of formula, but confused and pessimistic. ‘How can you see past something so . . . so huge?’

You have to practise it. You mustn’t let them be important, you see, or you simply feed their power. Don’t pretend they’re not there by flinging yourself into some manic busyness, they’ll simply reappear when you’re exhausted, but just look past them as you might look past a tall person sitting in front of you at the theatre. You know he’s there but he doesn’t prevent you from watching the action. Have something positive to look at—your next possible achievement, for instance, or something as simple as a cup of coffee. Something cheerful but attainable.”
― Marcia Willett, A Summer in the Country

 “Despite her confidence, there had been occasions when she had been ready to submit her will to his. It had been she who had suggested that he should live at The Keep but he returned only when he was certain that her own strength was too well developed to be open to his influence. It had been neither too early nor too late and they had had seven years of quiet happiness. It had been this happiness which he had been reluctant to disturb by pursuing his suspicions about Fliss’s sudden decision to marry Miles. Well, it was too late now. Fliss would go to Hong Kong and have”
― Marcia Willett, Holding On

“So much time and energy, so much love and learning had gone into those long years of motherhood, and now, between a morning and a morning—or so it felt—they were over. It seemed that mothers of daughters had a more extended role but she knew that she was lucky to be allowed any part in her boys’ lives and tried hard to be grateful and undemanding. It wasn’t always easy, when she loved them so much, to practice detachment…. Odd that the last of the parenting skills should be the most painful: the final act of letting go.”
― Marcia Willett, A Summer in the Country

 “side. When she tries to explain her passion for it he reminds her how Anthony Trollope wrote all his books after a hard day’s work at the Post Office.”
― Marcia Willett, The Sea Garden

 “We serve others as much by our weaknesses as by our strengths. The only difficult is that it takes humility and courage to be able to live by it.”
― Marcia Willett, A Summer in the Country

 “the ingredients for lunch: ciabatta bread, couscous salad with apricots, ham, and a goat’s cheese flan,”
― Marcia Willett, The Sea Garden

“back for some lunch?”
― Marcia Willett, Those Who Serve

7 Famous Quotes by Author Marcia Willett

So there you have it my Seven favourite quotes by Marcia Willett, please comment below and share your favourite quotes by the fantastic author Marcia Willett.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 7 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for Marcia Willett. 

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