Quote of the Day

The proper method for hastening the decay of error is not by brute force, or by regulation which is one of the classes of force, to endeavour to reduce men to intellectual uniformity; but on the contrary by teaching every man to think for himself.

“The proper method for hastening the decay of error is not by brute force, or by regulation which is one of the classes of force, to endeavour to reduce men to intellectual uniformity; but on the contrary by teaching every man to think for himself.” — William Godwin, Enquiry Concerning Political Justice

Quote of the Day

You stumble out of a store, run smack into the person that later becomes your spouse and the parent of your children. It was fate, you say, a cosmic coincidence. No, it was one of a hundred chance encounters that you had that day, and you chose to make it a fateful one.

“You stumble out of a store, run smack into the person that later becomes your spouse and the parent of your children. It was fate, you say, a cosmic coincidence. No, it was one of a hundred chance encounters that you had that day, and you chose to make it a fateful one.” — Bill Bullard, “For the Faculty”, Commencement 2007, San Francisco University High School