O los libros de lo inevitable

Thursday, September 21, 2006

serenely brilliant (such should wisdom be)

... The passion being in an inverse proportion to the insight, that the more vivid, as this the less distince; anger is the inevitable consequence. The absence of all foundation within their own minds for that which they yet believe both true and indispensable for their safety and happiness, cannot but produce an uneasy state of feeling, an involuntary sense of fear from which nature has no means of rescuing herself but by anger. Experience informs us that the first defence of weak minds is to recriminate.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge


1 comment:

El Gran Jesus said...

O sea que al mismo tiempo que todo vale madres, todo encabrona...