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John Quincy Adams said: “All that I am my mother made me.”


Abraham Lincoln said: “All that I am or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.”


Dwight L. Moody said, “All that I have ever accomplished in life, I owe to my mother.”


Napoleon said, “Let France have good mothers, and she will have good sons.”


Benjamin West said, “A kiss from my mother made me a painter.”


Henry Ward Beecher said, “The memory of my sainted mother is the brightest recollection of my early years.”


Garfield’s first act, after being inaugurated President of the United States, was to stoop and kiss his aged mother, who sat near him.


Julia Ward Howe, when ninety-one years of age, said, “We talk of forty horse-power. If we had forty mother-power it would be the most wonderful force in the world.”

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