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Women of Wisdom
Welcome to the "Women of Wisdom" column. This column will change each quarter, offering a brand new selection of 30-40 quotations related to a specific theme, such as love, family, community, work, and peace. In addition, information on the women themselves will be included, so you can learn their nationality, the time frame in which they lived, their professions and major accomplishments. In most instances, you'll also find out where the quotations originally came from. Each column will be archived, so you can always go back to it after a new theme is featured. Our intent is to provide you with thoughts that will serve to inspire, reveal, move and provoke dialogue and action. We welcome your suggestions for future themes and quotations you would like to see included in the newly formatted "Women of Wisdom": just e-mail them to our editor at [email protected] . In the subject line, type: Women of Wisdom. We hope you enjoy "Women of Wisdom"

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Elaine Bernstein Partnow is an author, actor, quotologist, editor, and public speaker especially noted for her living history portrayals of notable women and for the nationally acclaimed book The Quotable Woman, The First 5,000 Years. Elaine has brought some of her dozens of portrayals of fabulous women to tens of thousands of women, men and children internationally at more than 500 venues. A member of SAG and AEA, she’s written, produced and acted in her own one-woman show, Hear Us Roar, A Woman’s Connection; and was commissioned to write and perform Hispanic Women Speak. She has a screenplay and two novels under her belt along with 16 published books and she continues to write fiction and nonfiction as well as work as an editor and writing coach. You can find out more about Elaine and contact her at her websites: www.TheQuotableWoman.com and www.EditingByElaine.info.

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