The land of the blind has a blind god to whom the one-eyed man is sacrificed.
Religion, art, taste, and other delusions.
To set up as an arbiter of good taste is in the worst taste possible.
We try to convince ourselves that villains are unhappy: it should be enough to know that they are bad.
A few facts about an artist’s life can, if you’re not careful, spoil his work for good.
There are atheists in foxholes, but not pacifists.
Fashion can be beautiful, but always by accident, and never for long.
The tinier the discipline, the less room for mediocrity. Miniatures have to be perfect.
Gods and churches don’t make religions; they contain them.
Monotheism dies that monism may live.
The worst religions lack gods.