Children of General Hospital

The following are characters from the American soap opera General Hospital who are notable for being the children of important characters.

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Children Of General Hospital - Previous Characters - Jake Spencer
... Jake Spencer General Hospital character Portrayed by Landon and Trey (2007) Amanda, Miranda and Maryssa Jones (2007) Edward and James Nigbor (2007–08) James Nigbor (2009–11) Duration ... In September 2009, during a carnival outside the hospital, Jake was buried under a collapsed tent when his biological great-grandfather (Edward Quartermaine, suffering a heart attack) crashed his car on the midway ... Jake was rushed to the hospital, but had no serious injuries ...

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    Mothers who are strong people, who can pursue a life of their own when it is time to let their children go, empower their children of either gender to feel free and whole. But weak women, women who feel and act like victims of something or other, may make their children feel responsible for taking care of them, and they can carry their children down with them.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)

    The sun his hand uncloses like a statue,
    Irrevocably: thereby such light is freed
    That all the dingy hospital of snow
    Dies back to ditches.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    To achieve the larger goal of teaching her children consideration of others, a mother can tolerate some frustration of her own wishes, she can delay having what she wants, she can be flexible enough to compromise. And this is exactly what her child must also learn: that it is possible to survive frustration, it is possible to wait for what he wants, it is possible to compromise without capitulating.
    Elaine Heffner (20th century)

    Towards him they bend
    With awful reverence prone; and as a God
    Extoll him equal to the highest in Heav’n:
    Nor fail’d they to express how much they prais’d,
    That for the general safety he despis’d
    His own: for neither do the Spirits damn’d
    Loose all thir vertue; lest bad men should boast
    Thir specious deeds on earth, which glory excites,
    Or close ambition varnisht o’er with zeal.
    John Milton (1608–1674)