P.G. Wodehouse

Quotes: Here’s a nice refreshing outlook I pulled out of the April 19th&26th New Yorker, an old P.G. Wodehouse quote from his story “Uncle Fred Flits By”:

“I look about me, even in a foul hole like Mitching Hill, and I ask myself — How can I leave this foul hole a better and happier foul hole than I found it?”

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