Words of Note

One may have learned to enjoy the sublime, the beautiful, the useful, the orderly, but he has missed something if he has not also learned to enjoy the incongruous, the illusive, and the unexpected.

Samuel McChord Crothers,

American minister and author

From 'The Gentle Reader' (1903).

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