Coming from a Quaker background this sounds like an "advice and query" but i think it's appropriate for work too - so.... esp maybe, in a quiet library "Open your mouth only if what you are going to say is more beautiful than silence."
Notes from an exhibition by Patrick Gale. When troubled artist Rachel Kelly dies painting obsessively in her attic studio in Penzance, her saintly husband and adult children are left to unravel a legacy of secrets and emotional damage. Beautifully written and a wonderful working of Quaker beliefs
First wife of Frederick Douglass.Douglass met and fell in love with Anna Murray, a free black woman in Baltimore about five years older than he was. Her free status strengthened his belief in the possibility of gaining his own freedom. She died in 1839.