|Born||Janet Miriam Holland Taylor Caldwell
September 7, 1900
|Died||August 30, 1985
|Education||University at Buffalo|
|Genre||historical and religious|
(1919â€“1931; produced Mary Margaret (Peggy) Combs; divorced)
(1931â€“1971; produced Judith Ann Reback; widowed)
(1978; her death)
One of my grandsons used to insist, when he was only 3 or 4, that he had been born and had lived in India.
I never deviated from my grim determination to someday have all the money I needed and wanted.
If genetic memory or racial memory persists, is it possible that individual memory also exists from previous lives?
I like animals because they are not consciously cruel and don't betray each other.
The arrogance of officialdom should be tempered and controlled, and assistance to foreign hands should be curtailed, lest Rome fall.
In sleep, you are safe from the revolting mechanics of living and being a prey to outrageous fortune.
Learning should be a joy and full of excitement. It is life's greatest adventure; it is an illustrated excursion into the minds of the noble and the learned.
No woman has ever been an authentic genius of the stature of men, but that does not enrage me.
Though I am a Catholic, a professing one, I have serious doubts about the survival of the human personality after death.
Even the most malignant gods would not continue to inflict life upon humanity, time without end.
It is a waste of money to help those who show no desire to help themselves.
I have written two medical novels. I have never studied medicine, never seen an operation.
The very idea of carrying my memory into eternity devastated me, and I took refuge in atheism.
I have had four happy days in my life, and three of them turned out to be illusions.
Don't let the past steal your present. This is the message of Christmas: We are never alone.
I wanted to acquire an education, work extremely hard and never deviate from my goal, to make it.