Mary Norris Quote
Marketing is so powerful that it can make even an extremely untalented musician a one-hundred-hits wonder.
Traces of the same spiritual concepts and symbolism that enlighten the Egyptian texts are found all around the world among cultures that we can be certain were never in direct contact. Straightforward...
Those that dare not to dream big are cowards, for they fear to expose the already great potentials embedded inside of them.
Be content with what you have;rejoice in the way things are.When you realize there is nothing lacking,the whole world belongs to you.
I raised you so high that every other man on earth is now doomed to live in your shadow.
Mary Norris (née Cronin born 1932) was a young woman in Ireland who was sent to a Magdalene asylum, where her name was changed and she was imprisoned until removed by an aunt. Norris spent two years performing hard labor in the Good Shepherd Convent, a Magdalene asylum. Norris later came forward and recounted her experiences of abuse in the asylum and also the St Joseph's Orphanage in Killarney.