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Luella B. Cook

  • Interested people are happy people.

  • If there is one fault more than any other of which most people naïvely believe themselves free, that fault undoubtedly is hypocrisy.

  • The imagination is the power by which we all remold the world nearer to our heart's desire.

  • Is there anything in the world more suggestive of interesting possibilities than a mail box? Whether it be the iron box beside the door knob, the gilded drawer at the post office, the open row of boxes behind a hotel counter, or just the Valentine box on the teacher's desk, it suggests the exciting possibility of a new friend, an important message, or even, perhaps, the promise of a new experience. ... The romance of the mail box is an old romance.

Luella B. Cook, U.S. writer

(1890)

Full name: Luella Bussey Cook.