Victory attained by violence is tantamount to a defeat, for it is momentary. The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong. If India adopted the doctrine of love as an active part of her religion and introduced it in her politicsSwaraj would descend upon India from heaven.
Her father, Henry Stopeswas a brewer, engineer, architect and paleontologist from Colchester. Her mother was Charlotte Carmichael Stopesa Shakespearean scholar and women's rights campaigner from Edinburgh.
At six weeks old, her parents took Stopes from Scotland;  the family stayed briefly in Colchester then moved to London, where in her father bought 28 Cintra Park in Upper Norwood. At first, she was home-schooled, but from to she attended St George's School for Girls in Edinburgh.
In she published a study of the botany of the recently dried-up Ebbsfleet River. After carrying out research on Carboniferous plants at the Royal Botanic GardensKew, and at University College, London, she studied the reproduction of living cycads at the University of Munichreceiving a Ph.
Also inshe was one of the first women to be elected a fellow of the Linnean Society of London. She held the post of Lecturer in Palaeobotany at the University of Manchester from to ; in this capacity she became the first female academic of that university. This was an attempt to prove the theory of Eduard Suess concerning the existence of Gondwana or Pangaea.
A chance meeting with Antarctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott during one of his fund-raising lectures in brought a possibility of proving Suess's theory.
Stopes's passion to prove Suess's theory led her to discuss the possibility of joining Scott's next expedition to Antarctica. She did not join the expedition, but Scott promised to bring back samples of fossils to provide evidence for the theory. She spent eighteen months at the Imperial University, Tokyo and explored coal mines on Hokkaido for fossilised plants.
She published her Japanese experiences as a diary, called "Journal from Japan: It is part of the Early Pennsylvanian epoch Lancaster Formation. Stopes arrived in North America before Christmas to start her research.
Louis, Missouri; they became engaged two days later. Starting her work on the Fern Ledges in earnest in Februaryshe did geological field work and researched at geological collections in museums, and shipped specimens to England for further investigation. The couple married in March and returned to England on 1 April that year.
Stopes continued her research. In mid she delivered her results, finding for the Pennsylvanian period of the Carboniferous. The success of Stopes' work on marriage issues and birth control led her to reduce her scholarly work; her last scientific publications were in Chaloner"between and she published a series of palaeobotanical papers that placed her among the leading half-dozen British palaeobotanists of her time".
The classification scheme and terminology she devised for coal are still being used. Stopes also wrote a popular book on palaeobotany, "Ancient Plants" ; Blackie, Londonin what was called a successful pioneering effort to introduce the subject to non-scientists.
Around the start of her divorce proceedings inStopes began to write a book about the way she thought marriage should work. In Julyshe met Margaret Sangerwho had just given a talk on birth control at a Fabian Society meeting.
Stopes showed Sanger her writings and sought her advice about a chapter on contraception. She offered it to Blackie and Sonwho declined.
Several publishers refused the book because they thought it too controversial. When Binnie Dunlopsecretary of the Malthusian Leagueintroduced her to Humphrey Verdon Roe —Stopes' future second husband—inshe received the boost that helped her publish her book.[Citation Needed]: The Best of Wikipedia's Worst Writing and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
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Sometimes you only need one word. Sometimes you need a paragraph. I'm an editor, and I think the headline for this story does your commentary, and the subject itself, a disservice.
I guess it's good click bait, but the fact is, your so-called worst advice is usually good advice. Though all advice, when it comes to writing, or any art form, should be taken with a grain of salt. Which I think is your actual premise. Truth alone will endure, all the rest will be swept away before the tide of time.I must continue to bear testimony to truth even if I am forsaken by all.
Mine may today be a voice in the wilderness, but it will be heard when all other voices are silenced, if it is the voice of Truth.