- A world where the thought of each man will not be his own, but an attempt to guess the thought of the brain of his neighbor who’ll have no thought of his own, but an attempt to guess the thought of his next neighbor who’ll have no thought of his own – and so on, around the globe. Since all must agree with all. A world where no man will hold a desire for himself, but will direct all his efforts to satisfy the desires of his neighbor who’ll have no desires except to satisfy the desires of the next neighbor who’ll have no desires, around the globe. Since all must serve all. A world in which man will not work for so innocent an incentive as money, but for that headless monster-prestige. The approval of his fellows–their good opinion–the opinion of men who’ll be allowed to hold no public opinion. An octopus, all tentacles and no brain. An average drawn upon zeroes!
- Every loneliness is a pinnacle.
- There is some good in the worst of us.
– The Fountainhead – Ayn Rand
As posted by a viewer on the comment section last Saturday
- Good and Evil are two sides of the same coin. The key question is: ‘When does Good become Evil? When does the coin flip?’
– Shiva Trilogy
Quote of the day is a section where we will put up quotes from a particular book on every Saturday. *Feel free to put up your favorite quote in the comments column and we will add it on our blog*