She remains undisturbed...

"The little things of life simply don't worry her at all. Gales of temperament can rage around her - she remains undisturbed. I have seen her at a time when anyone else would have been distraught with anxiety, come quietly in from the set, eat her luncheon calmly and collectedly, then pick up some little book of philosophy and read it steadily until they sent for her."

 - Phillis Moir (secretary to Lillian, 1925 - 27)


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