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Mason Cooley
1927 - 2002
Nationality: American
Category: Writer
Subcategory: American Writer

If the world would apologize, I might consider a reconciliation.


The man in the street is always a stranger.


Events are called inevitable only after they have occurred.


Think carefully before asking for justice. Mercy might be safer.


Thinking about the universe has now been handed over to specialists. The rest of us merely read about it.


Office politics are bloody-minded, but weak on content.


Art seduces, but does not exploit.


Self-reform is the only kind that works.


For many, immaturity is an ideal, not a defect.


Dancing and running shake up the chemistry of happiness.


Hypocrisy is the outside of cynicism.


Even cats grow lonely and anxious.


Melancholy is as seductive as Ecstasy.


Well-behaved: he always speaks as if his mother might be listening.


Old and young disbelieve one another's truths.


The educated do not share a common body of information, but a common state of mind.


Logic and fact keep interfering with the easy flow of conversation.


To understand a literary style, consider what it omits.


The beginning of self-knowledge: recognizing that your motives are the same as other people's.


Forgiveness is like faith. You have to keep reviving it.


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