Frances Farmer - Quotes

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I have learned that to have a good friend is the purest of all God's gifts, for it is a love that has no exchange of payment.

I have learned that to have a good friend is the purest of all God's gifts, for it is a love that has no exchange of payment.

There comes a point when a dream becomes reality and reality becomes a dream. ---->>>

If a person is treated like a patient, they are apt to act like one.

If a person is treated like a patient, they are apt to act like one.

I think God just died of old age. And, when I realized that he wasn't any more, it didn't shock me. It seemed natural and right! ---->>>

I went to Sunday School and liked the stories about Christ and the Christmas star. They were beautiful. They made you warm and happy to think about. But I didn't believe them.

I went to Sunday School and liked the stories about Christ and the Christmas star. They were beautiful. They made you warm and happy to think about. But I didn't believe them.

I used to lie between cool, clean sheets at night after I'd had a bath, after I had washed my hair and scrubbed my knuckles and finger-nails and teeth. Then I could lie quite still in the dark with my face to the window with the trees in it, and talk to God.

I used to lie between cool, clean sheets at night after I'd had a bath, after I had washed my hair and scrubbed my knuckles and finger-nails and teeth. Then I could lie quite still in the dark with my face to the window with the trees in it, and talk to God.

I didn't think then, and I still don't, that I was actually sick. ---->>>

The more people pointed at me in scorn the more stubborn I got and when they began calling me the Bad Girl of West Seattle High, I tried to live up to it. ---->>>

The Sunday School teacher talked too much in the way our grade school teacher used to when she told us about George Washington. Pleasant, pretty stories, but not true.

The Sunday School teacher talked too much in the way our grade school teacher used to when she told us about George Washington. Pleasant, pretty stories, but not true.

But I was sure of one thing. If God were a father, with children, that cleanliness I had been feeling wasn't God. ---->>>

It puzzled me that other people hadn't found out, too. God was gone. We were younger. We had reached past him. Why couldn't they see it? It still puzzles me. ---->>>

I wondered a little why God was such a useless thing. It seemed a waste of time to have him. After that he became less and less, until he was... nothingness. ---->>>

I just knew that God wasn't there. He was a man on a throne in Heaven, so he was easy to forget. ---->>>

I couldn't get that same feeling during the day, with my hands in dirty dish water and the hard sun showing up the dirtiness on the roof tops. And after a time, even at night, the feeling of God didn't last. ---->>>

That satisfied me until I began to figure that if God loved all his children equally, why did he bother about my red hat and let other people lose their fathers and mothers for always? ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 09-19, 1913
Birthplace: Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Die: 08-01, 1970
Occupation: Actress
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Frances Elena Farmer (September 19, 1913 – August 1, 1970) was an American actress and television host. She is perhaps better known for sensationalized accounts of her life, especially her involuntary commitment to a mental hospital. Farmer began her career as a stage actress, performing stock theater in New York City and later appearing on Broadway (wikipedia)