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“Weak minds sink under prosperity as well as adversity; but strong and deep ones have two high tides.” – J.C. Hare
The attribution for the aforementioned quote was altered in the print version of Think Deep—from J.C. Hare (1795-1855) to Alexander Smith (1830–1867); however, Julius Charles Hare and his brother, Augustus William Hare, are confirmed in their book, Guesses at Truth, ©1827/1838/1867. Subsequent references: A Dictionary of Thoughts: Being a Cyclopedia of Laconic Quotations, by Tryon Edwards, ©1908. Dictionary of Quotations, by Rev. James Wood, ©1899. Treasury of Thought: Forming Encyclopaedia of Quotations, by Maturin Murray Ballou, ©1894. Day’s Collacon: An Encyclopaedia of Prose Quotations, by Edward Parsons Day, ©1884.
Alterations were made to some texts to include gender-neutral language.