Anne Morrow Lindbergh, wife of ace aviator, Charles Lindberg was a renowned author. As an aviator she flew with Charles, assisting him as a navigator and radio operator, in many notable aviation milestones that he achieved. She was also the first American woman to obtain a glider pilots license in 1930. Her works included genres of poetry to non-fiction. She expressed her thoughts on distinct topics varying from solitude and contentment to youth and age, from the role of women in 20th century to love, marriage and peace. Her first book was, ‘North to the Orient’, and she continued to write prose and poetry. Anne was however, criticized for supporting the German and Italian powers in her book ‘The Wave of the Future’. She also published her diaries, but it was the book ‘Gift from the Sea’, which made her a hero among the women. Her sayings are sure to lift your spirits on a gloomy day. After Charles' death she isolated herself and worked on future publications until her last day. Here’s what this famous person expresses in her quotations.