Oct 252016
 

We wonder at the man who gives his life to the group, forgetting that the group also gives its life to him.

Oct 242016
 

A few have learned to suppress their dismay that the world does not regard them quite as they regard themselves, and this we call modesty.

Oct 202016
 

The lottery ticket is cheap, it’s the hope that’s expensive.

Oct 192016
 

The relative demand for truth and opinion closely approximates the relative supply.

Oct 182016
 

Literary talent consists largely in pronouncing sonorous absurdities with absolute conviction.

Oct 172016
 

The government can be a great deal worse than the populace, but no better.

Oct 142016
 

There is a special reverence for literature found only in those who have spent their whole lives watching television.

Oct 132016
 

An unending series of plausible occurrences is impossible in life, and insisted on in fiction.

Oct 122016
 

Religion will persist forever because of reality’s stubborn refusal to accord with our primitive notions of justice.