Futurist, n. Jumped-up presentist; Whig gone wild.
Strategy is the product for which motives, reasons, and beliefs are the advertising.
One must think very well to improve on not thinking at all.
The illogical are convinced that they are imaginative, and the unimaginative that they are logical.
Many famous works of literature would have remained obscure if they had been read only as the author intended.
It must be easier to fix the world than it is to fix a dishwasher; there are so many more people who know how.
You can’t always get what you want; you can’t always get what you need; but you can, perhaps, want what you need.
Space and matter are given; time is a civilized achievement.
It was not so long ago that enthusiasm was regarded as a fatal weakness of character.
Zeal for an end is only flexibility about the means.