” . . . a civilization spiraling into an abyss often finds the spiral thrilling, and sometimes loves the promise of the depths below. People often see the romance of darkness but cannot seethe ultimate terror that waits at the bottom, in the deepest blackness. Consequently, they resist the hand of truth extended, regardless of the goodwill with which it’s offered, and have been known to kill their would-be benefactors.” – One Door Away From Heaven by Dean Koontz
(What a perfect summation of the idiocy of political correctness and equality.)
“Even in the darkest moments, light exists if you have the faith to see it. Fear is the poison produced by the mind, and courage is the antidote stood always ready in the soul. In misfortune lies the seed of future triumph. They have no hope who have no belief in the intelligent design of all things, but those who see meaning in every day will live in joy.” – One Door away from Heaven by Dean Koontz
(I found it interesting that a man who I don’t think is a Christian says that you can’t have hope unless you believe in intelligent design. So true.)
“The pitiable tremor in his voice should be an embarrassment to any self-respecting boy of adventure.
Of course, he isn’t adventuring at the moment. He’s socializing, which is immeasurably more difficult then engaging in dangerous exploits and heroic deeds.” – One Door away From Heaven by Dean Koontz
(…so feel all introverts.) 🙂