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100 Mason Cooley Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Eternity eludes us, even as a thought. Eternity eludes us, even as a thought. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: What is Providence for you may be Nemesis for me. What is Providence for you may be Nemesis for me. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Forgiveness is like faith. You have to keep reviving it. Forgiveness is like faith. You have to keep reviving it. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The children of childish parents age quickly. The children of childish parents age quickly. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: An adolescent is both an impulsive child and a self-starting adult. An adolescent is both an impulsive child and a self-starting adult. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Readers transform a library from a mausoleum into many theaters. Readers transform a library from a mausoleum into many theaters. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Cruel impulses stir all about my kindly heart. Cruel impulses stir all about my kindly heart. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: I can neither return your love nor dismiss it. I can neither return your love nor dismiss it. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Why do we never expect dull people to be rascals? Why do we never expect dull people to be rascals? — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Telescopes and binoculars endanger the ever-distant sublime. Telescopes and binoculars endanger the ever-distant sublime. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: My mentors grow old and foolish. I am afraid. My mentors grow old and foolish. I am afraid. — Mason Cooley
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Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: More are weakened than strengthened by their troubles. More are weakened than strengthened by their troubles. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Stupidity is a fact of life, but unmentionable. The new Prudery. Stupidity is a fact of life, but unmentionable. The new Prudery. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Beggars beg to get money, not to reproach the passerby. Beggars beg to get money, not to reproach the passerby. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Not romance but companionship makes the happiness of daily life. Not romance but companionship makes the happiness of daily life. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: To avoid discord, never put two wise people in the same room. To avoid discord, never put two wise people in the same room. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Family romances are the only ones that never turn out happily. Family romances are the only ones that never turn out happily. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Always leave room for the reader to supply meanings. Always leave room for the reader to supply meanings. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The aphorism sometimes casts off cynicism and expresses strong feeling. The aphorism sometimes casts off cynicism and expresses strong feeling. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Metaphors convince at once or not at all. Metaphors convince at once or not at all. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Every work of art changes its predecessors. Every work of art changes its predecessors. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: I change my opinions often, but not my way of thinking. I change my opinions often, but not my way of thinking. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Which is the supplement? Fantasy or daily routine? Which is the supplement? Fantasy or daily routine? — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: A work of art is an echo chamber which repeats what people say about it. A work of art is an echo chamber which repeats what people say about it. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: A suburb is an attempt to get out of reach of the city without having A suburb is an attempt to get out of reach of the city without having the city be out of reach. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Those who refuse to play second fiddle may wind up playing no fiddle at all. Those who refuse to play second fiddle may wind up playing no fiddle at all. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Scholarship can find little to say about the obvious. Scholarship can find little to say about the obvious. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Opportunity often goes begging. Luck, never. Opportunity often goes begging. Luck, never. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: When a modest man praises himself, people listen. When a modest man praises himself, people listen. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: I'm being treated like a sex object, cried the lady. No matter. I will take I'm being treated like a sex object, cried the lady. No matter. I will take care of it, said Time soothingly. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: If the world would apologize, I might consider a reconciliation. If the world would apologize, I might consider a reconciliation. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: It is not confused. We are. It is not confused. We are. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Reading civilized the inner life. Reading civilized the inner life. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The morose one refuses to smile even when he has just had his teeth cleaned. The morose one refuses to smile even when he has just had his teeth cleaned. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Stutters and snorts are meaningful but not usually referential. Stutters and snorts are meaningful but not usually referential. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The aftermath of joy is not usually more joy. The aftermath of joy is not usually more joy. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Sincerity: willingness to spend one's own money. Sincerity: willingness to spend one's own money. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The power of lying is much less than the power of what is not to The power of lying is much less than the power of what is not to be discussed. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: City people make most of the fuss about the charms of country life. City people make most of the fuss about the charms of country life. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: It's no good being exclusive if nobody wants in. It's no good being exclusive if nobody wants in. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The horse stares at its captor, barely remembering the free kicks of youth. The horse stares at its captor, barely remembering the free kicks of youth. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Lack of reciprocity ruins friendships, but makes love affairs exciting for a time. Lack of reciprocity ruins friendships, but makes love affairs exciting for a time. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: An academic dialect is perfected when its terms are hard to understand and refer only An academic dialect is perfected when its terms are hard to understand and refer only to one another. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: If I can't serve as a role model, let me serve as a warning. If I can't serve as a role model, let me serve as a warning. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: A sense of absurdity interferes with my efforts to appear venerable. A sense of absurdity interferes with my efforts to appear venerable. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: As desire recedes, the world becomes clear, pale, and empty. As desire recedes, the world becomes clear, pale, and empty. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: After my spectacular failures, I could not be satisfied with an ordinary success. After my spectacular failures, I could not be satisfied with an ordinary success. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Middle-aged adolescents are a libel on the real thing. Middle-aged adolescents are a libel on the real thing. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The novel avoids the sublime and seeks out the interesting. The novel avoids the sublime and seeks out the interesting. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: A quick smile is more seductive than a slinky dress. A quick smile is more seductive than a slinky dress. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Middle age went by while I was mourning for my lost youth. Middle age went by while I was mourning for my lost youth. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Astrology: do we make a hullabaloo among the stars, or do they make a hullabaloo Astrology: do we make a hullabaloo among the stars, or do they make a hullabaloo down here? — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Living too long exacts a painful price. Living too long exacts a painful price. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Curiosity makes loneliness. Curiosity makes loneliness. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Sometimes the given seems like something taken away. Sometimes the given seems like something taken away. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Documents create a paper reality we call proof. Documents create a paper reality we call proof. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: A free spirit must be able to surmount anxiety time after time. A free spirit must be able to surmount anxiety time after time. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Talk shows are proof that conversation is dead. Talk shows are proof that conversation is dead. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Think of the many different relations of form and content. E.g., the many pairs of Think of the many different relations of form and content. E.g., the many pairs of trousers and what's in them. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Pornography does not inspire violence, but you can break a leg trying to imitate it. Pornography does not inspire violence, but you can break a leg trying to imitate it. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: At sixty, I know little more about wisdom than I did at thirty, but I At sixty, I know little more about wisdom than I did at thirty, but I know a great deal more about folly. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: There are different rules for reading, for thinking, and for talking. Writing blends all three There are different rules for reading, for thinking, and for talking. Writing blends all three of them. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Never trust the judgment of an enthusiastic man; never trust the promises of a lazy Never trust the judgment of an enthusiastic man; never trust the promises of a lazy one. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Wallace Stevens: the Platonist celebrates endless change, but with regret. Wallace Stevens: the Platonist celebrates endless change, but with regret. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The lazy manage to keep up with the earth's rotation just as well as the The lazy manage to keep up with the earth's rotation just as well as the industrious. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Don't tell me it's raining when you're peeing on me! Don't tell me it's raining when you're peeing on me! — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: A sheep who goes looking for a wolf is sure to find one. A sheep who goes looking for a wolf is sure to find one. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Most of my decisions in life seem absent-minded but inevitable. Most of my decisions in life seem absent-minded but inevitable. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Faith moves mountains, but you have to keep pushing while you are praying. Faith moves mountains, but you have to keep pushing while you are praying. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Profundity often goes past the issue to some deep but useless truth. Profundity often goes past the issue to some deep but useless truth. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Lawyers may reason powerfully, but power settles most issues. Lawyers may reason powerfully, but power settles most issues. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Bored by safety, the lover grows jealous and exacting. Bored by safety, the lover grows jealous and exacting. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: I feel that I have something significant to say, but I cannot think what it I feel that I have something significant to say, but I cannot think what it is. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Like a frog, the aphorist waits for something to fly by that he can catch Like a frog, the aphorist waits for something to fly by that he can catch with his tongue. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The supposed unhappiness of the rich is always a cheerful topic of conversation. The supposed unhappiness of the rich is always a cheerful topic of conversation. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Arrogance rides triumphantly through the gates, barely glancing at the old woman about to cut Arrogance rides triumphantly through the gates, barely glancing at the old woman about to cut the rope and spring shut the trap. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: A sure cure for boredom: fast until you are ravenous. A sure cure for boredom: fast until you are ravenous. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: I keep eating for fear I will be hungry. I keep eating for fear I will be hungry. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Shaw writes as if it were always midday. Shaw writes as if it were always midday. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: My mind is led astray by every faint rustle. My mind is led astray by every faint rustle. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Sentimentality is the respect the cold-hearted pay to feeling. Sentimentality is the respect the cold-hearted pay to feeling. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The squabbles of philandering Zeus and shrewish Hera are the Greeks' comment on married life. The squabbles of philandering Zeus and shrewish Hera are the Greeks' comment on married life. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Moderation in all things is best, but it's pretty hard to get excited about it. Moderation in all things is best, but it's pretty hard to get excited about it. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Critics are more committed to the rules of art than artists are. Critics are more committed to the rules of art than artists are. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: In middle age, going naked contributes little to public enjoyment. In middle age, going naked contributes little to public enjoyment. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Bad faith makes the most of every ambiguity. Bad faith makes the most of every ambiguity. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Jealousy is inconsolable because it cannot know the beloved Jealousy is inconsolable because it cannot know the beloved — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The depressed fall back exhausted from every undertaking. The depressed fall back exhausted from every undertaking. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Consensus is usually made possible by vague language and shallow commitments. Consensus is usually made possible by vague language and shallow commitments. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Something is sticking out its tongue at me from the corner of my mirror. Something is sticking out its tongue at me from the corner of my mirror. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The more learned a writer, the more digression beckons him. The more learned a writer, the more digression beckons him. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: A sense of righteousness is even more dangerous than a violent temper. A sense of righteousness is even more dangerous than a violent temper. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: To appear well dressed, be skinny and tall. To appear well dressed, be skinny and tall. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: As a comforter, philosophy cannot compete with a good dinner. As a comforter, philosophy cannot compete with a good dinner. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: My parents wanted me to solace them for sorrows they denied having had. My parents wanted me to solace them for sorrows they denied having had. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: Home again, I can groan, scratch, and talk to myself. Home again, I can groan, scratch, and talk to myself. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The sewing machine joins what the scissors have cut asunder, plus whatever else comes in The sewing machine joins what the scissors have cut asunder, plus whatever else comes in its path. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The winner gives up his chance to be a good sport. The winner gives up his chance to be a good sport. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: If you should ever acknowledge my existence, I plan to snub you. If you should ever acknowledge my existence, I plan to snub you. — Mason Cooley
Mason Cooley Sayings By Mason Cooley: The soul is no longer honored as it once was, but it still keeps appetite The soul is no longer honored as it once was, but it still keeps appetite from being the measure of all things. — Mason Cooley