151. “Unless artists can remember what it was to be a little boy, they are only half complete as artist and as man.”
— James Thurber
152. “She has a memory of trees and fields and nothing more.”
153. “Hens embarrass me; owls disturb me; if I am with an eagle I always pretend that I am not with an eagle...”
154. “On his misfit globe he has outlasted the mammoth and the pterodactyl, but he has never got the upper hand of bacteria and the insects.”
155. “Man has always assumed that his is the highest form of life in the universe. There is, of course, nothing at all with which to sustain this view.”
156. “Geep,′ whuppled the parrot.”
157. “People who do not understand pigeons – and pigeons can be understood only when you understand that there is nothing to understand about them – should not go around describing pigeons or the effect of pigeons.”
158. “When I was a young writer, I liked to imagine that I was paying someone for every word I wrote, rather than being paid for it; it was a fine way to discipline myself to use only those words I needed.”
159. “It is more dangerous to strong-arm life than to embrace it.”
160. “Laugh and the world laughs with you, love and you love alone.”
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