G.K. Chesterton


The real trouble with this world
of ours is not that it is an
unreasonable world, nor even
that it is a reasonable one.  The
commonest kind of trouble is that
it is nearly reasonable, but not
quite…It looks just a little more
mathematical and regular than
it is: its exactitude is obvious,
but its inexactitude is hidden; its
wildness lies in wait.

thanks Ralph!

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