Everyone has a favorite explanatory tool, which he will use, if it is all he has, to explain everything. One hopes at best to add an implement or two to the box, to spot, in the vast sea of nails, an occasional rivet or screw.
The joke may write itself but it won’t be funny.
Every diatribe against credentialism begins with a recitation of the author’s credentials.
Sometimes you can fix your problems by finding yourself a new one.
Every art depends on the great lie of discontinuity: that there are moments, beginnings, ends.
No man is himself in a crisis; some rise above themselves, others fall below, and none knows which he will be until it is upon him.
Why are children better at learning languages than adults? Because children are better at learning than adults.
A mob can be right but never just.
Now or never are generally the two best options.
Avert your eyes enough and you go blind.