The Best Mail quotes

As an entrepreneur, you are always looking for insightful and inspiring quotes to keep you motivated through the challenging times. Here is a compilation of some of the best mail-related quotes to help you start your day on a positive note.

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The best mail quotes

1. I learned to park outside of Denny’s because it’s 24 hours. I made a deal at a 7โ€“Eleven with a mailman so I could get my mail delivered there. โ€” Tony Robbins

2. They said I was a valued customer, now they send me hate mail. โ€” Sophie Kinsella, Confessions of a Shopaholic

3. I spend almost every morning with mail. โ€” Seamus Heaney

4. Norman Mailer in his writings is ultimately more concerned with success than with danger; danger is only a means to success. โ€” Susan Sontag

5. The art of the novel is to arrive at that artless point where your characters become more real than yourself. โ€” Norman Mailer

6. In 1997, in Rich Dad, Poor Dad, I stated, ‘Your home is not an asset.’ Real estate agents sent me hate mail. โ€” Robert Kiyosaki

7. The function of socialism is to raise suffering to a higher level. โ€” Norman Mailer

8. I’m warning you with peace and love I have too much to do. So no more fan mail. Thank you, thank you. And no objects to be signed, nothing. Peace and love, peace and love. โ€” Ringo Starr

9. No heart is so hard as the timid heart. โ€” Norman Mailer

10. You could be somewhere where the mail was delayed three weeks and do just fine investing. โ€” Warren Buffett

11. Yeah, fighting a war to fix something works about as good as going to a whorehouse to get rid of a clap. โ€” Norman Mailer

12. I have female friends that get mails from publishers that read ‘Hey. I heard you write about sex. This is a very popular topic now’. โ€” Martijn Benders

13. Existentialism is the kind of philosophy that makes for legendary children. โ€” Norman Mailer

14. The new information technology… Internet and eโ€“mail… have practically eliminated the physical costs of communications. โ€” Peter Drucker

15. I would say 90 percent of my mail and phone calls are from people who want some kind of help or succor or commitment from me to do something. โ€” Peter Coyote

16. Writing for a newspaper is like running a revolutionary war. You go to battle not when you are ready, but when action offers itself. โ€” Norman Mailer

17. I spend almost every morning with mail. โ€” Seamus Heaney

18. Giving a camera to Diane Arbus is like putting a live grenade in the hands of a child. โ€” Norman Mailer

19. Masculinity is not something given to you, but something you gain. And you gain it by winning small battles with honor. โ€” Norman Mailer

20. The art of the novel is to arrive at that artless point where your characters become more real than yourself. โ€” Norman Mailer

21. Writing can wreck your body. You sit there on the chair hour after hour and sweat your guts out to get a few words. โ€” Norman Mailer

22. One reason I relate to ‘Veronica Mars’ fans is because I can totally geek out about shows. I mean, I write Vince Gilligan fan mail every year. โ€” Rob Thomas

23. Well, at least you have led us to the small mailman and the one who smells of prunes.’โ€“’UP โ€” Walt Disney

24. Eโ€“mail is far more convenient than the telephone, as far as I’m concerned. I would throw my phone away if I could get away with it. โ€” Tom Hanks

25. The mark of mediocrity is to look for precedent. โ€” Norman Mailer

26. You can’t be a serious writer of fiction unless you believe the story you are telling. โ€” Norman Mailer

27. In 1997, in Rich Dad, Poor Dad, I stated, ‘Your home is not an asset.’ Real estate agents sent me hate mail. โ€” Robert Kiyosaki

28. His decision had been made in the valley, and it lay as an iron warp in his mind. He could have turned back no more easily than he could have killed himself. โ€” Norman Mailer

29. If I’d found out that Norman Mailer liked me. I’d have killed myself. โ€” Ray Bradbury

30. Now, I am about to be nailed as the man who disliked ‘Howl’s Moving Castle.’ Lord, give me strength! Also, IT, please disconnect the eโ€“mail thing. โ€” Stephen Hunter

31. How his hatred seethed in search of a justifiable excuse. โ€” Norman Mailer

32. The desire for success lubricates secret prostitution in the soul. โ€” Norman Mailer

33. You can’t be a serious writer of fiction unless you believe the story you are telling. โ€” Norman Mailer

34. The fan mail I get from kids are asking me questions which they do not ask their mothers and fathers. Because if they had, why write to me, a perfect stranger? โ€” Maurice Sendak

35. An eโ€“mail from a reader says that liberals like to take the moral high ground, even though their own moral relativism means that there is no moral high ground. โ€” Thomas Sowell

36. Growth, in some curious way, I suspect, depends on being always in motion just a little bit, one way or another. โ€” Norman Mailer

37. So you come soon to power, but you have merely inherited the crisis and yours is the profit of cancer. โ€” Norman Mailer

38. I wonder, said the Lord I wonder if I know the answer any more. โ€” Norman Mailer

39. I met Jack Kennedy in November, 1946. We were both war heroes, and both of us had just been elected to Congress. โ€” Norman Mailer

40. Abstract anger is great for rhetorical carrying on. You can go on endlessly about the post office, but it doesn’t mean you’re mad at your mailman. โ€” P. J. O’Rourke

41. Then comes the left jab again. A converted southpaw? It has something of the shift of locus which comes from making love to a brunette when she is wearing a blond wig. โ€” Norman Mailer

42. All women speak two languages:โ€จthe language of menโ€จand the language of silent suffering.โ€จ Some women speak a third, โ€จthe language of queens. โ€” Mohja Kahf, Eโ€“mails from Scheherazad

43. Every time I move I squash something said Loathesome. โ€” Norman Mailer

44. The new information technology… Internet and eโ€“mail… have practically eliminated the physical costs of communications. โ€” Peter Drucker

45. Yeah, fighting a war to fix something works about as good as going to a whorehouse to get rid of a clap. โ€” Norman Mailer

46. You can’t be a serious writer of fiction unless you believe the story you are telling. โ€” Norman Mailer

47. The fan mail I get from kids are asking me questions which they do not ask their mothers and fathers. Because if they had, why write to me, a perfect stranger? โ€” Maurice Sendak

48. Giving a camera to Diane Arbus is like putting a live grenade in the hands of a child. โ€” Norman Mailer

49. Giving a camera to Diane Arbus is like putting a live grenade in the hands of a child. โ€” Norman Mailer

50. My mother was informing me, by mail, that she was about to die, and would never see me again. โ€” Thomas Merton, The Seven Storey Mountain

Conclusion

We hope this collection of the best quotes about mail has inspired you to appreciate the importance of a letter, and to value the power of words. Mail is a powerful tool and it can bring people together, even when they are far apart. Long live the art of letter writing!

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