Quotes From the Heart of a Woman by Maya Angelou

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I would never again work to make people smile inanely and would take on the responsibility of making them think.”

Maya Angelou The Heart of a Woman

Guy and I travelled to San Francisco. I needed to see my mother. I needed to be told just one more time that life was what you make it, and that every tub ought to sit on its own bottom. I had to hear her say, ‘They spell my name W-O-M-A-N, ‘cause the difference between a female and a woman is the difference between shit and shinola.’

Maya Angelou The Heart of a Woman
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